Slides from all the presentations from the Bucks CC summit held in April are now on the 51M website.
To download them, please go to the forums page on their website at http://51m.co.uk/forums or click on the links below.
Also uplaoded to the 51M website are maps of the sites designated for nature conservation interest in the community forum areas in Buckinghamshire, prepared by Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust (BBOWT)Now and Next – Ian Boll, Lead Officer HS2, Buckinghamshire County Council click here
Now and Next – Ian Boll, Lead Officer HS2, Buckinghamshire County Council click here
Community Engagement – Rosie Brake, Lead Engagement Officer, Buckinghamshire County Council click here
Developing HS2 – Alison Munro, Chief Executive HS2 Ltd click here
Infrastructure and Construction – Richard Lindop, Jacobs Engineering click here
Effective Noise Barrier Design – Giles Parker, Sound Barrier Solutions click here
National Trust Perspective – Geri Silverstone click here
The Impact on the Environment – Steve Rodrick, Chief Officer, The Chilterns Conservation Board click here
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) – Rosie Brake, Lead Engagement Officer, Buckinghamshire County Council click hereTags: Alison Munroe, Berkshire Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust, Buckinghamshire County Council, Bucks CC summit, Chiltern Hills, Chilterns Conservation Board, Geri Silverstone, Giles Parker, Ian Boll, News, Richard Lindop, Rosie Brake, Sound Barrier Solutions, Steve Rodrick