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HS2 may ease housing pressure in London, says project boss

HS2 may ease housing pressure in London, says project boss | F584 Transport Economics | Scoop.it
David Higgins claims high-speed rail will mean resources and wealth will be redistributed between north and south

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Adam Dean's curator insight, January 27, 2014 7:14 AM

Positive production extenalities. First time buyers may find it a litte easier to get on the housing ladder if HS2 reduces demand for housing in London and prices, subsequently, fall.

Adam Dean's curator insight, January 27, 2014 7:14 AM

Positive production extenalities. First time buyers may find it a litte easier to get on the housing ladder if HS2 reduces demand for housing in London and prices, subsequently, fall.

Adam Dean's curator insight, January 27, 2014 7:15 AM

Positive production extenalities. First time buyers may find it a litte easier to get on the housing ladder if HS2 reduces demand for housing in London and prices, subsequently, fall.

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East Coast rail increases profit

East Coast rail increases profit | F584 Transport Economics | Scoop.it

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Adam Dean's curator insight, September 9, 2014 8:53 AM

We are seeing an increasing trend in successful state run operations competing against private firms in once nationalised industries. National or local government run operations are now controlling water supplies in parts of continental Europe, here the East Coast continues to perform well after a private operator failed to deliver. Excellent example to include in any rail privatisation essay that may appear in F584.