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Plans are well advanced for the two phase one stations with tram and rail links planned along with schemes to develop surrounding land with the Birmingham Curzon HS2 Masterplan and the UK Central project.
HS2 Ltd chairman Sir David Higgins also called for a larger development at Euston - the project's southern terminus.
Official figures also show that HS2 will provide [pounds sterling]63.
Residents spokesman Jonathan Loescher said: "As a community, we are neither for nor against HS2 as a project.
David Meechan, HS2 Ltd spokesman, said: "Britain desperately needs this new high speed rail network to boost rail capacity and improve links between our biggest cities.
chamber head of police Steven Leigh, said: "We are pleased to see that the committee has agued that there is a strong case for improving trans-Pennine links or building the northern legs of HS2 rst, both of which could be a better improving northern links, it is argued way of rebalancing the economy than building the southern leg of HS2.
The peers said there was a strong case for improving the trans-Pennine links - the so-called HS3 option - or building the second phase of HS2 first.
He also defended the economic benefit of HS2, saying benefits of many major transport projects were originally underestimated.
Now HS2 are asking more North Wales firms to come forward.
We are the biggest English city not on the HS2 network and the absence of a link would be extremely damaging to our business competitiveness.
Almost 8,000 people attended the events to meet with experts from HS2 Ltd and the Department for Transport.
Business leaders in the area have warned that the market could "permanently close" if the government's HS2 rail project goes ahead as planned.