Chilterns Conservation Board writes to HS2's CEO to set out concerns regarding activities at Jones' Hill Wood

Chilterns Conservation Board writes to HS2’s CEO to set out concerns regarding activities at Jones’ Hill Wood

The Chilterns Conservation Board is very concerned at HS2 Ltd’s activities at Jones’ Hill Wood, near Wendover, Buckinghamshire.

We have today sent the attached open letter to Mark Thurston, Chief Executive Officer at HS2 Ltd.

Read the letter

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