Maxine Charlesworth and Stephen Redhall's house could be the subject of a compulsory purchase order if the proposed route for the High Speed rail link from London to the north goes ahead.
A family in North East Derbyshire say they are angry they have been kept in the dark about plans for the new high speed rail link, as their house is one of those which could have to be knocked down.
Maxine Charlesworth and partner Stephen Redhall live in Killamarsh, and say they have been given no information about the plans, despite the fact the proposed route could run right outside the front of their house.
Two resident meetings are being held later today in the nearby area to discuss the situation.
An MP is holding two meetings today over plans for the high speed rail project which some residents fear may blight their village. Phase two of the HS2 rail link to London from the north is expected to travel through Killamarsh ending at Sheffield Meadowhall.
This could mean some houses may have to be demolished and plans to restore the village's railway station may not go ahead.
Natascha Engel who is the MP for North East Derbyshire, wants to give residents in Killamarsh a chance to have say over the project. The consultation meetings are taking place at 1.30pm at Renishaw Community Centre and 4pm at Killamarsh Church Hall.
The father of a teenager from Killamarsh near Sheffield who was killed on holiday in Greece is set to appear at his murder trial. 17 year old Matthew Cryer died from head injuries in 2008 outside a bar in Zante.
At an inquest in Chesterfield in 2009 witnesses said they saw him being thrown into the street. Earlier this month Greek police re-opened the case. Matthew's father, David, has been summoned to the trial of the men accused of killing his son.