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HS2 and Align: Amersham Vent Shaft Design Update Webinar

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South East

Join this online event to find out more about HS2, what it means for your local area and have your questions answered by our experts.

Due to COVID-19 we are not currently able to hold face-to-face public events, but we are holding online events to update you on the design of the Amersham shaft and also provide an update about our construction works there.

These online “webinars” have been set up to give the local community the opportunity to hear from the team designing and building the railway in your area.

During the sessions we will discuss:

  • how our design for the vent shaft headhouse has changed following our engagement event last year
  • our approach to landscape design and ecology at the site
  • our traffic management measures and the construction programme

Our team of experts will also be available to answer any questions you may have during the event.

The events are being held on three dates. Please select which date to you would like to attend when registering:

These events are free of charge. To reserve your place, please select a date using the “Select a date” button.

Please note that these are guided presentations

We look forward to sharing further details of the design for the Amersham vent shaft and head house with you.

Tickets are available for the following dates:

  • Monday 26 July 18:30 to 20:00
  • Thursday 29 July 12:30 to 14:00
  • Monday 2 August 18:30 to 20:00

Please note registration closes 2 hours before each live event starts. You will be sent the link to the event by email on the day of the webinar

We will be running this session via Microsoft Teams Live Events, which is a free to use online platform. If you have the Microsoft Teams app installed on your desktop or mobile device, the session will open automatically within that.

Further joining instructions will be sent to all registered attendees closer to the time.

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