HS2 rebuffs claims that tunnelling will damage chalk streams

High Speed Two (HS2) Limited has denied claims from campaigners that tunnelling operations due to begin this summer beneath the Chilterns area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB) risk damaging the "fragile chalk aquifer" which sits in the way of boring operations and the chalk streams that feed off it.

by Michael Donnelly

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