Village Responses from the HS2 Update Meeting

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Village Responses from the HS2 Update Meeting

Thank you to everyone that sent in responses to the questions put forward by the parish council regarding the specific effects of HS2 construction HGV traffic on individuals, homes and businesses etc.

I could not reply to you all but I have collated all the responses I received to produce a document that runs 20 pages and 10,000 words long! The HS2 Action Group will use this to assist them in drafting a parliamentary petition this week.

Your responses are a great help and hopefully the Action Group can work many of your concerns into the debate.

The petiton will be delivered to parliament on August 12th.

Stay tuned.

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  1. Andrew Steve 27/07/2015 at 12:08 pm - Reply

    Thanks so much for all your hard work Mitch in collating all this information, and thanks in advance to Charles Holbech for sorting through it all to draft the parliamentary petition. As a Wardington resident I for one am extremely grateful.

  2. Greg Peters 27/07/2015 at 4:34 pm - Reply

    Great work being done.
    I cannot imagine, if we still lived in Wardington, and HS2 went ahead without a bypass, how we would get on walking from The Hare and Hounds towards Banbury along the A361. If we choose to walk where there is not a path, to cut up past the allotments it would be even worse. A dangerous undertaking.
    If a bypass is constructed it would work positively for the village. Wardington would feel more like one village rather than a village of two or three parts.
    Keep up the good work. Save the village and enhance rural life.

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