Tired? We think the 85 steps at Brush Hill look tired too!
A rare bird has recently been bred and hand-reared at Waddesdon Manor Aviary
Now the Government has admitted that the speed of the proposed HS2 (high speed rail) route between London, the Midlands and the north of England is ‘almost irrelevant’, it could avoid damaging impacts on wildlife.
Some brief updates on the progress of the fight against HS2
Wake up Wendover, HS2 is coming!
Today HS2 Ltd set up an exhibition in Wendover Memorial Hall as part of the consultation process for the draft environmental statement.
The Chiltern Society has asked HS2 Ltd to give the public more time to respond to the consultation document outlining the environmental impact the line will have in the Chilterns.
A building is disappearing from the Wendover skyline.
The Berks, Bucks & Oxon Wildlife Trust is very disappointed that the High Court has sided with the Government in ruling that the Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) Directive does not apply to HS2. The High Court has also rejected the Government’s claim that it had, in practice, complied with the requirements of the SEA. This leaves an opportunity to appeal against the judgement.
The crucial meeting took place last night (Tuesday 12 March 2013) where the fate of the playing field off Barlow Road was decided by AVDC