Hundreds march against revised HS2 plans for South Yorkshire
0 Have your say Hundreds of people have marched against plans to run the HS2 line on a revised route through South Yorkshire.
The protest through the streets of Bramley included a marching band, as well as Rother Valley MP Kevin Barron.
Mr Barron said he has asked for a House of Commons debate on the recently-revised route, which has come about after HS2 bosses scrapped plans to build a new station at Meadowhall.
HS2 now favours a ‘spur’ into Sheffield city centre and the existing railway station - a decision officials claim will save £1bn.
But the intended new route running from the... read more
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