The proposed High Speed Two (HS2) train route is likely to impact 18 wildlife sites in London and threatens 160 wildlife sites in seven counties.
Take action now to help London Wildlife Trust make the Government think again.
Add your voice to ours, if you care about wildlife, wherever you live. Reply to the Government's consultation here
Read about our concerns to help inform your answers:Position StatementRight Lines CharterConsultation ResponseEcological Impact ReviewWrite to or email your MP
. Find out how and what you can say.
Sign a petition to stop HS2 here
Please forward this page to your friends and family to help us get as many responses as possible.Background information
Look at the maps below to find out which wildlife sites in London will be potentially affected.
We're not against high speed rail in principle. Read more in The Right Lines Charter, which the Trusts have signed up to. The Charter calls for a national transport strategy, better future-proofing of big transport proposals, effective public participation and a more strategic approach to minimising adverse impacts. Its supporters seek to engage positively with the government, as they believe the approach to High Speed Rail currently falls well short of the Charter's principles.
You can take action too – respond to the public consultation for the government's preferred route at www.highspeedrail.dft.gov.uk
or email your MP
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