I know this subject has been spoken about before in a slightly different context. I am confused why the powers that be want to develop green belt land to make any of the depots happen. Sure, geographic logistics play a part but I am always in the camp that believes that if you have industrial land sitting idle then it should be used in favour of green belt land. Bedfordshire has 4 "in service" railways and there are industrial parks near quite a few of them already. Surely expanding those sites is better than creating a whole new site? The London Brick works on the branch is almost perfectly flat and could accommodate such a depot. Trains going north could use the MML, trains going south could use the WCML and in a couple of years there will be great connections east and west too. Putting a depot at either Sundon or Radlett will put huge strain on the network. Its already well documented that the Radlett site will be built on the fast line side and require flyovers, underpasses etc. The Sundon site just seems a bit near to other places that already have industrial land sitting idle. There are quite a lot of protesters on both sites. Thoughts?