These are the Yorkshire parks and woodlands that will be impacted by HS2

Plans for HS2 reveal the wildlife areas, woodlands and parks that will be impacted by the development.

These are the Yorkshire parks and woodlands that will be destroyed by HS2

These are the Yorkshire parks and woodlands that will be destroyed or partially destroyed by HS2 according to environmental impact assessments.

Land required for the construction of the scheme would result in the permanent loss of approximately 60 per cent of Barnburgh Lakes located on Ludwell Hill

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Building would result in a permanent loss of approximately 3.9ha (18 per cent) of Coburn Hill Wood Local Wildlife Site
Land required for the construction of the proposed scheme would result in the permanent loss of Parklands Equestrian Centre in Aston and approximately 30 per cent of publicly accessible land at Aston Park.
Land required for the construction of the scheme would result in the permanent loss of approximately 25 per cent of Clayfield amenity green space
Construction of the scheme would permanently affect the setting of the Kinsley moat and fishpond scheduled monument. Photo credit: Wakefield Council
Work will result in the permanent loss of the Crofton Riding and Livery Stables.
Land required for the construction of the scheme would result in the permanent loss of approximately 18 per cent of Old Denaby Wetlands and 41 per cent of Denaby Wood.
Building would result in a permanent loss of approximately: 6.6ha (23 per cent) of Hawks Nest Wood Local Wildlife Site
Building would result in a permanent loss of approximately 200m2 (0.1 per cent) of Patefield Wood Site of Importance for Nature Conservation and Ancient Woodland Inventory Site.
Land required for the construction of the line will result in the permanent loss of approximately 50 per cent of Water Haigh Woodland Park.
Land required for the construction of the line will result in the permanent loss of three fishing lakes at Yorkshire Fields Sports Ltd Fishing Lakes at Newland Hall.
Construction of the scheme would permanently affect the setting the Grade II* listed Nostell Priory registered park and garden.
The entire Doe Lea Flash Local Wildlife Site and the entire Poolsbrook Flash Local Wildlife Site are also due to be lost.