Environmental activists continue to monitor HS2 work in Denham Country Park, Denham, UKAdd to Cart Add to Lightbox Download
Denham, UK. 4 February, 2020. An area cleared for works for the HS2 high-speed rail link leading down to ancient alder trees, one of which with a girth of 11.6 metres, and the river Colne. Planned works in the immediate area are believed to include the felling of 200 trees and the construction of a roadway, Bailey bridge, compounds, fencing and a parking area. The other side of the river bank lies within a wetland nature reserve adjacent to a Site of Metropolitan Importance for Nature Conservation (SMI).
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