MP Nick Hurd will field questions at a meeting hosted by Harefield Against HS2 on Saturday (Feb 25).
The campaign group is hoping for a big turnout for the meeting, the first of the kind in the village since the first phase of the route was approved by the government.
It will run from 10.30am - 12.30pm in St Mary’s Church Hall in the High Street.
The pressure group said the meeting is open to anyone who loves Harefield and will make for a lively discussion, with plenty of time for people to ask questions.
Vice chairman Doreen McIntyre said: “There should be a good mix of people there, from people asking detailed questions to people coming into this for the first time and wanting to know more of what it is about.”
“There are huge concerns about environment and the lack of understanding that there seems to be about the environmental impact.
“Also you see so many stories about the country being in economic meltdown so how is it we are able to afford these unknown costs?
“These are the main issues that I expect to see raised but I expect there will be many more.”
The HS2 route will mean Harvil Road, in the south of the village, will have to be re-routed, putting some businesses at risk, and a planned viaduct will devastate the area’s picturesque landscape, critics say.