Leader of Hillingdon Council, Cllr Ray Puddifoot, says the haul road will make the golf course "unplayable" and wants the whole project "abandoned"
The nature reserve supports one of the largest remaining sedge fen in London and is a rare wet grazing meadow, home to species such as water vole, snipe and slow-worm
If plans go ahead, HOAC could be operating in Buckinghamshire with a 25 acre lake by 2018
HS2 have rejected the suggestion of a West Ruislip depot, and instead have put forward plans for a haul road and signalised roundabout
Stop HS2 campaigners as well as the Construction Products Association have cast doubt on the timings of the controversial high speed rail project
See video of fly-though animation of the proposed route HS2 would take through west London, from the sky
Petitioners will continue their fight against HS2 but concerns grow for Hillingdon's Outdoor Activity Centre in Harefield
Ruislip petitioners believed the HS2 tunnel would be 30m below their houses but documents reveal it would be HALF that
MPs spoke to staff and visited a community hub outdoor activity centre used by 22,000 young people a year
Hillingdon MPs debated issues with HS2 and a third runway at Heathrow Airport during a Westminster debate this week
Hillingdon Council and anti-HS2 campaigners are gearing up to voice their petitions in front of the parliamentary select committee this month
The panelists discussed everything from Nigel Farage's leadership of UKIP to who should take Labour forward, but made no mention of HS2 or Heathrow Airport
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The House of Lords' Economic Affairs Select Committee found the government had not made a convincing case for HS2 and called for a review of the scheme
Candidates from four of the five main political parties made promises at a public debate about how they would vote if elected to parliament
Transport minister Patrick McLoughlin has said the spur will not be built in phase one or two of the rail project, but activists warn nothing is "set in stone"
Hammersmith MP Andy Slaughter said there is no guarantee any of the 24,000 new homes will be suitable for local people but the Mayor disagrees
Boris Johnson says it will provide 24,000 new homes, more than 55,000 jobs plus an HS2 station and Crossrail
The group of MPs scrutinizing the rail project came to Harefield, Ickenham and Ruislip to see for themselves what might be destroyed by HS2
Studies commissioned by Hillingdon Council show extending the HS2 tunnel through the Colne Valley IS a viable option
The cross-party select committee of MPs tasked with scrutinising the high speed line is visiting areas in Harefield that will be most affected
January saw west London deluged with biblical amounts of rain and there were concerns about pedestrian safety and tributes to Only Fools and Horses actor Roger Lloyd-Pack.
The Conservative prospective parliamentary candidate for Uxbridge and South Ruislip has told campaigners he is against HS2 unless conditions on a tunnel extension, Heathrow spur and HS1 link are met
The council joined HS2 Action Alliance to bring a challenge against the government accusing it of unlawfully failing to carry out a strategic environmental assessment for HS2
Transport union RMT said he would 'have to explain to the people of Uxbridge and Ruislip why they are in the front line of his cuts battering ram'.
The Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner MP joined campaigners to tell BBC London news about the impact of HS2 on Ickenham and Ruislip
Hillingdon Council and HS2 Action Alliance suffered a blow at the High Court in August but are continuing their fight against HS2 safeguarding directions at the Court of Appeal
Council Leader Julian Bell said they will be more strategic in tackling unemployment, crime and safety at a scrutiny meeting