HS2 Resume Tree Felling At Jones Hill Wood WendoverAdd to Lightbox Download
A banner at a protection camp in ancient woodland at Jones Hill Wood occupied by activists opposed to the HS2 high-speed rail link is pictured on 28th April 2021 in Wendover, United Kingdom. Felling of Jones Hill Wood, which contains resting places and/or breeding sites for pipistrelle, barbastelle, noctule, brown long-eared and natterer’s bats and is said to have inspired Roald Dahl's Fantastic Mr Fox, has recommenced after a High Court judge yesterday refused environmental campaigner Mark Keir permission to apply for judicial review and lifted an injunction on felling for the rail infrastructure project.
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- 2021-04-29 HS2 resumes felling ancient woodland at Jones Hill Wood