HS2 affected residents can speak to chiefs direct at sessions

A general view of a Hitachi Class 395 Javelin train as it passes through Ashford, Kent, using the HS1 Channel Tunnel Rail link. Trains like this would run on the HS2 line.
A general view of a Hitachi Class 395 Javelin train as it passes through Ashford, Kent, using the HS1 Channel Tunnel Rail link. Trains like this would run on the HS2 line.
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People living close to the planned HS2 route will have an opportunity to speak to experts working on the project,

Staff from HS2 Ltd will be available to talk about how the project is progressing and answer questions as part of an ongoing programme of information sharing with local communities.

The Buckinghamshire events will be held on:

Friday 16 October (2pm – 7pm): Ballinger War Memorial, Ballinger Road, Great Missenden.

Saturday 7 November (11am – 4pm): Wendover Memorial Hall, Wharf Road, Wendover.

Simon Kirby, HS2 CEO, said: “A new high speed rail network will bring significant benefits for the country but we do understand that it effects peoples’ lives. We want to keep on talking to local communities directly about the proposals and these events are a chance to do so. Our specialists will be on hand to help and I would encourage people to come along if they can.”