So what's happened so far?
Anti-HS2 campaigner, Sarah Green, halted the start of work on HS2 for more than 24 hours.
She stationed herself under a digger at Harvil road from 10 am on Monday (October 2) to 5.30pm on Tuesday (October 3) when she and other protesters were evicted by force.
She was protesting in a bid to stop trees being cut down as part of the HS2 high speed rail link project.
By 10:30 am on Tuesday (October 3) morning, she had been joined by four more under the digger and a group of protesters had gathered on the road outside.
The campaign to stall the start of HS2 lasted up until 5:30pm today (October 3) when protesters were finally removed by bailiffs.
The eviction happened shortly after two women were arrested for allegedly assaulting security at the site at around 4:30pm.
Speaking to Get West London from the aftermath of the eviction protester, Daniel Gordonyi, said: “I think we’ve won this battle, it wasn’t the first and it won’t be the last, we’ve shown that we can halt HS2 and that the authorities underestimated our strength.”
Daniel watched on as the five protesters were removed from under the digger. He said: “The bailiffs arrived and put up fences directly around the digger.
“They put up lots of black cloth so we couldn’t see through at all. Then they dragged Sarah and the others out and moved all of us on.”
The eviction took place after several previous attempts by bailiffs to remove protesters that day.