Residents who claim to be prisoners in their own homes since the High speed rail route was announced, are demanding the Government brings forward the consultation process.
The group from Swillington, Oulton and Woodlesford say their house prices have plummeted and sales have fallen through since the announcement was made. No formal consultation has been planned until later this year.
Now Leeds City Council is hoping to meet with the people behind HS2 to discuss the problems. Here's Councillor Richard Lewis.
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