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Find out about recent changes to your local community website and have your say

We have recently made some changes to the HS2 in Birmingham website, to help improve the user experience and navigation of the site.

New 'works in your area' page for information about all current or planned HS2 works in your area

We have created a new, dedicated works in your area page, where all the notices for any current or ongoing works are shown, broken down by geographic areas within Birmingham. This brings all our work notifications in the Birmingham area together on one page, which makes it easier for you to navigate and easier for us to ensure all the notices are kept up-to-date.

New landing page and other pages added for popular topics

The website landing page has changed so that our menu of pages are now shown, making it easier and quicker to find what you need. We've also added new pages and information on the following popular topics:

  • Curzon Street Station
  • managing our impact on the environment
  • managing the impacts of construction
  • career and training opportunities
  • We will be continuing to update these pages as our construction activity in Birmingham progresses.

    Have your say on the website

    Our community websites are intended to provide you with relevant, local information about HS2 works and developments in your area. We would like to hear your views about our community websites and ideas you may have for improving them. To let us know your views, please complete our short online survey before 11:59 on Friday 29 May. The survey contains 7 questions and should take no longer than 5 minutes to complete.

    Contact us if you have any questions

    If you have any questions about the recent changes or would like some help using this website, please contact our HS2 Helpdesk team on 08081 434 434 or email hs2enquiries@hs2.org.uk .

    Posted on 11th May 2020

    by HS2 in Birmingham