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Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee
Report published, awaiting a Government response.
The report says that what should have been consultation events were in fact turned into public relations exercises, and the information that was made available to the public was either too generic to be of use or was inconsistent. The process was treated as a one way 'box-ticking' exercise by HS2 Ltd, with no genuine two-way engagement. In future, members of the public dealing with HS2 Ltd should never have to go through the same experiences as those whose homes and communities were affected by Phase One.
Evidence given by Deborah Fazan, HS2 Residents' Commissioner; Robert Goodwill MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department for Transport, Simon Kirby, Chief Executive Officer, and Oliver Bayne, Director of Land and Property, HS2 Ltd
Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee publish follow-up to PHSO investigation into HS2 report