HS2 Fells Oak Trees In Leather Lane Great MissendenAdd to Lightbox Download
A painted sign calling for a row of hundred-year-old oak trees in Leather Lane to be saved from felling for the HS2 high-speed rail link is pictured on 18th March 2021 in Great Missenden, United Kingdom. Almost 40,000 people have recently signed a petition calling for the oak trees lining the ancient country lane not to be felled to make way for a temporary haul road and construction compound and local residents and conservationists have accused HS2 contractors of destroying active bird boxes on the site.
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- 2021-03-18 HS2 begin felling Leather Lane oaks