The High Court has revealed the results of a Judicial Review into the HS2 rail link plans. Most of the legal challenges from campaigners fighting the plans were dismissed, but the Government was told its consultation on compensation was 'unlawful'.
Campaigners challenging the Government's consultation into the proposed High Speed Two (HS2) rail link which would cut through the Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire countryside have arrived at the High Court. A decision is due on a judicial review into the matter.
The High Court is to hand down the results of a review into plans for the HS2 rail link today. HS2 would cut through the Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire countryside. Campaigners claim the government did not carry out its consultation properly.