Will you raise with HS2 and those carrying out work on their behalf the excessive amount of road and pavement space fenced off that they are imposing on the local community? By way of examples, at Gloucester Gate the entire roadway is needlessly blocked off by red barriers extending far beyond the actual worksite – quite unnecessarily because even on rare occasions when plant needs to move in and out, there is plenty of space for it. As a result, cyclists are forced off the roadway onto the pavement over a lengthy stretch, and ignore the signs asking them to dismount endangering pedestrians. HS2 personnel stationed there make no effort to enforce. If the red barriers were moved six feet into the roadway cyclists could stay off the pavement and there would be no effect on HS2 operations. At the top of Park Village East work there has stopped and the road surface is restored, but the entire roadway is still blocked off and again cyclists are forced onto the pavement. Even if vehicles are still kept away, there is plenty of road space not needed by HS2 but which cyclists could use.