HS2 webchats with Camden Councillors

Invitation to “Getting a fair deal for Camden on HS2” web chats

  • Tuesday 15 July 2014, 1-2pm at We Are Camden – with Councillor Phil Jones, Cabinet Member for Regeneration, Transport & Planning, Camden Council
  • Thursday 17 July 2014, 7-8pm at We Are Camden – with Councillor Sarah Hayward, Leader, Camden Council

Camden stands to lose the most from HS2 and benefit the least. Yet our residents and businesses have been dealt the worst compensation deal in the country, and will have inadequate protection from more than a decade of disruption on their doorsteps.

Now that Members of Parliament have voted for HS2 to go ahead, it’s more important than ever that Camden Council works on behalf of our residents and businesses to try to improve the Government’s current plans.

Take part in our web chats

If your home or business will be affected by HS2 in Camden you are invited to take part in the web chats we are hosting on Tuesday 15 July 2014 from 1-2pm and on Thursday 17 July from 7-8pm, to talk about the issues that concern you most.

The discussion will form part of Camden Council’s community conversations on HS2, which is a way of making sure we raise the issues that concern you most in our work to improve the deal for the borough.

The web chats will be open for one hour. To join them:

Tuesday, 15 July 2014: Visit We Are Camden between 1-2pm
Thursday, 17 July 2014: Visit We Are Camden between 7-8pm.

If you wish, you can email your questions in advance to highspeed2@camden.gov.uk and we will answer them during the web chats.

We hope that you can make it.

Yours sincerely,

Councillor Sarah Hayward, Councillor Phil Jones