Use park walks before rail line work begins
The HS2 select committee visited Colne Valley last month on a tour of areas affected by the line, but the visit was combined with a trip to Hillingdon, and people living in Denham felt the PEOPLE are being encouraged to use a park on the HS2 rail route.
Parts of Colne Valley Park, in Denham, will be affected by the high speed rail line’s construction and the park is encouraging people to take advantage before it is too late.
A park statement said; “HS2 will dissect the Colne Valley Regional Park with a 3.4km viaduct, 12 construction compounds, two worker accommodation sites, two tunnel portals and five electricity stations.”
It adds, three of the park’s circular walks will be affected as well as access.
The walks affected are those around Old Shire Lane, Chalfont Park and Grand Union.
For more details of the routes, and other walks, gotowww.colnevalleypark .org.uk/circular-walkscolne-valley-park.