June 2019 –
Recent update from us available here
A job for you this month – write to your MP ASAP about the Tory leadership contest – template letters here
You can find dates for the HS2 Community Engagement Team drop-ins up to April here. (Please note these are run by staff and representatives of HS2).
Please do go along and ask them questions and ask for written information about how HS2 will affect you now and in the future.
HS2 Ltd. have a local website which includes works that are happening or due to happen locally; visit their website for more information including dates and locations near you. You can sign up for updates on the site too.
Use this link to see the latest HS2 updates from Hillingdon Council
2nd November 2018 – you may have read about the many tree saplings that have died on HS2 sites locally, you can read about our visit to one of the local HS2 ecological mitigation sites here
8th August 2018 – Please read our report on the results of our residents survey
20th March 2018 – Our reaction to the recent news about the Prehistoric Coastline found under our streets – click here
25th January 2018 – read our statement on the Colne Valley viaduct here
19th January 2018 – today HS2 released the first image of the Colne Valley viaduct
They suggest that there will now be discussions with local communities about it. Up till now the local community has not been involved despite this being a main point of “discussion” since 2011. Today they thanked the local community for help. We haven’t had a chance to give any help so feel this is misleading. HS2 have apologised but are yet to alter Facebook or twitter and if this was mentioned in press releases etc it is now too late.
Hillingdon Against HS2 are still very much active but our remit has changed.
In order that we we can engage with HS2 Ltd. and their contractors in a productive way, we have decided we will now be representing you by becoming known as HIllingdon HS2 Resident Support Group in conjunction with our work with Hillingdon Council and local Resident Associations. We continue to be an active part of Stop HS2 and the national campaign.
7th November update from HS2 on Harvil Road site – read here
There is a new HS2 in Hillingdon website (owned and updated by HS2 Ltd.), designed to give residents up to date information about what is happening locally. Please visit the site, make any comments and sign up for updates here
HS2 has a new freephone number for enquiries – it is 08081 434 434. Please use this to ask for any information or to check anything at all. If you wish to share any information or any issues you encounter using the enquiry line, please contact us or share on our Facebook group.
The agreement between HS2 Ltd. & the London Borough of Hillingdon has been agreed and published on the council’s website. You can read it here. This means amongst other things that HOAC has a future, with Hillingdon Council taking control of the relocation to it’s new site in Denham.
There are ongoing works at Harvil Road causing controversy and attracting protestors. Here is the letter regarding Harvil Road works from HS2 Ltd which explains what work was planned for the site. We know many of you have serious concerns about this site and the ecological impact so we suggest you contact Nick Hurd MP with your views and concerns.
Read our previous news stories here.