BOP Festival in the Colne Valley Park
Girl Milking
Wood Oak Farm Walk
Girls in Barn

Public exhibition - Reducing the impacts of HS2, an Additional Mitigation Plan

Date and Time: 
Tuesday, 7 February, 2017 - 16:00 to 20:00

St. Mark’s Hall, 80 Green Tiles Lane, UB9 5HT, Denham




The long list proposals are now available to download online until the 19th February (see pdf file at the bottom of this page), please have a read!

Please send us your feedback via







This is your opportunity to shape the future of the Park!


As a result of petitions submitted to the House of Commons, High Speed 2 Limited has been required to fund an Additional Mitigation Plan that will further reduce impacts on the Park. These projects will go beyond the measures already committed to by HS2. The Additional Mitigation Plan will be finalised in summer 2017 and, once complete, HS2 will make available £3 million to support the delivery of the projects.


A public exhibition will be held to showcase potential projects in the Colne Valley Regional Park and giving the local community the opportunity to provide feedback and influence the decision-making process.


The public exhibitions will take place on:

  1. Tuesday 7th February 2017, 4 - 8 pm (St. Mark’s Hall, 80 Green Tiles Lane, UB9 5HT, Denham)
  2. Wednesday 8th February 2017, 5 - 8 pm (Maple Cross JMI School, Denham Way, WD3 9SS, Maple Cross)
  3. Thursday 9th February 2017, 3 - 7 pm (Harefield Library, Park Lane, UB9 6BJ, Harefield)
  4. Sunday 12th February 2017, 10 am – 2 pm (Harefield Community Centre, Priory Avenue, UB9 6AP, South Harefield)


We encourage that members of the public come to the exhibition events, to be actively engaged and to talk to us directly. The longlist will be also available to download on this page between 7th – 17th February 2017 with the opportunity to comment on the proposals and provide ideas via online feedback forms. Please contact the Colne Valley Regional Park Panel for questions or further information.


Who is the Colne Valley Regional Park Panel?


The Colne Valley Regional Park Panel is independently chaired and its membership comprises the following organisations, enabling it to represent and coordinate the views of key stakeholders in the Park:


  • Colne Valley Park Community Interest Company (CIC)

  • Department for Transport

  • London Borough of Hillingdon

  • South Bucks District Council

  • Chiltern District Council

  • Three Rivers District Council

  • Hertfordshire County Council

  • Buckinghamshire County Council

  • Natural England

  • Environment Agency

  • Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust

  • London Wildlife Trust

  • Bucks, Berks and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust

  • Canal & River Trust

  • High Speed 2 Limited