Planned tree felling by HS2 thwarted by environmental activists, Harefield, UKAdd to Cart Add to Lightbox Download
Harefield, UK. 8 February, 2020. Activists climb through a ditch after HS2 engineers tried to prevent environmental activists from Save the Colne Valley, Stop HS2 and Extinction Rebellion from accessing an area of Harvil Road fenced off in order to carry out tree felling works for the high-speed rail project. The activists were successful in preventing any of the scheduled tree felling by HS2 and after an intervention by a police officer all tree felling and strimming work has now been cancelled for the weekend.
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- 2020-02-08 Tree protectors thwart HS2 plans to fell Harvil Road trees