All previous plans for the future of Euston Station have been superseded by the plans now being drawn up by High Speed Two. It is in charge of the creation of a expanded high speed rail route from London to Glasgow. Many aspects of the currently proposed route are highly controversial, but the scheme does include the rebuilding of Euston station and thus offer an opportunity for the reconstruction of the Arch as the gateway to the new station. HS2 is producing a master plan with ARUP Associates, while Camden Council - the relevant local authority - is independently producing its own master plan for the Euston area. It is likely to be over a year before these plans will be available for public scrutiny and consultation. The EAT is currently in conversation with both HS2 and Camden Council about its proposals to include the reconstructed Arch in the master plans.
In light of High Speed Two and other developments, the proposals below are either re-opened for discussion, or are no longer relevant. The latter will be moved into an archive shortly.