THE HS2 HISTORIC IMPACT ASSESSMENT PROJECT
The Society responded strongly in February 2014 to plans in the HS2 Environmental Statement
that would almost completely destroy the Doddershall deserted village site.
The survey report concludes that the Doddershall deserted village site, encapsulating more than 500 years of medieval village life and untouched for a further 500, is a significant heritage asset which merits a full archaeological survey and excavation in order to record what will be lost as a result of HS2.
For full details and recommendations, see:
DODDERSHALL HOUSE, from Records of Buckinghamshire in 1867. The house is unchanged today.