Engineers working on Britain’s new high speed railway have discovered an ancient, sub-tropical coastline dating back 56 million years. The rare discovery was made at a site in Ruislip, West London, when HS2’s ground investigation team unearthed a previously unknown material, located up to 33 metres below the surface.
HS2 today confirmed that the firm behind the 2012 Olympics' Athletes’ Village and the new International Quarter, gateway to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, will lead the planning and development of Euston, in a deal that could unlock up to 1,700 new homes and 19,000 jobs around the wider station site.
HS2 today revealed the world-leading architects, designers and engineers that will help develop the detailed plans for Birmingham Curzon Street and Birmingham Interchange - the largest new stations to be built in the West Midlands since the Victorian era.
HS2 today revealed that designers Ove Arup & Partners working with Wilkinson Eyre Architects will help develop the detailed plans for Birmingham Interchange – one of the largest new stations to be built in the West Midlands since the Victorian era.