The Institution of Engineering and Technology has welcomed the proposals for HS3 as it represents the opportunity to reap benefits for the smaller cities in the north.
Monday 23rd June 2014
On the back of the Government announcing plans for a high-speed rail link, HS3, aimed at helping to rebalance the UK economy, Richard Threlfall, Partner and UK Head of Infrastructure, Building and Construction at KPMG, has welcomed the scheme and compares it to the build of the M25 and the Channel Tunnel. He said:
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