Nabarro/Yorkshire Post HS2 Business Survey - Have your say

2nd December 2013

The current timetable for HS2 to arrive in Yorkshire is 2032.

The current estimated cost is £50 billion. But will it benefit your business? Will it benefit Yorkshire? Will it even happen? The Sheffield office of national law firm Nabarro has teamed up with the Yorkshire Post to conduct a region-wide survey to gauge businesses' views on the Government's HS2 project. This will give business people the opportunity to share their thoughts on whether HS2 will deliver economic benefits to the region, as well as how their own individual business might be affected. The findings will be fed directly into the HS2 Growth Task Force. Please click here to access the survey, so we can feed the anonymous opinions of Yorkshire businesses into the HS2 Growth Task Force. The survey takes only two minutes to complete. Responses will remain anonymous, unless you indicate that we can use your name and your comment at the end. Thank you for your time, your responses are very valuable.

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