Water supplies in the Chilterns could be threatened if HS2 is allowed to go ahead as currently planned
A free, practical guide to help rural communities protect themselves from flooding is now available from Community Impact Bucks.
A planning manifesto, “ Protecting the Chilterns: Saving the Green Belt” has been produced by the Chiltern Society outlining a 13 point plan for dealing with housing development.
New homes estate developers in Buckinghamshire will have to check their drainage plans for dealing with surface water with the County Council to make sure they are flood-proof.
The Chiltern Society has asked Parliament to construct a three bore tunnel, similar to the Channel Tunnel, for HS2 under the entire Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
Councils should not sacrifice Green Belt as the pressure to build more homes intensifies, the Chiltern Society has warned.
On the 28th April 2014, the House of Commons voted on the 2nd Reading of the HS2 Hybrid Bill.
A poem about HS2 for David Cameron
The Department for Transport has now deposited the Hybrid Bill for HS2, the first step in passing the necessary legislation and published the Environment statement for the project. So what happens next?
A planning application for a crematorium on the A4010 in Little Kimble is in progress. Is it a safe place to locate a crematorium?