Please respond to the A303 Stonehenge consultation before 6 April. Use Highways England’s online response form with notes on this page. OR use our short pro forma response to Highways England which you can edit and send here.
Confusing messages in the CBA’s “Stonehenge Special”
NEW BLOG: We respond to the Council for British Archaeology's 'special report' intended to inform the A303 Stonehenge debate. It includes the author's idiosyncratic views about the scheme and its objectors... MORE
About Save Stonehenge campaign
The £1,600,000,000 ($2.2bn) road scheme is part of a UK Government long term plan to upgrade the A303 to an Expressway to the... MORE
Please can you pop £ in the pot?
To campaign against an Expressway that will include deep cuttings lined with concrete, two concrete portals, several bridges, over a mile of 4-lanes of tarmac and slip ways we need money for publicity, professional advice and many sundry items. Can you help? To donate please link here. Thank you to our generous supporters!
Watch! Weep! Protest!
Government intends to build a 4-lane road and tunnel in the heart of the Stonehenge World Heritage Site. Tom Holland explainsthe horror (1.11min) on a site visit in 2017. More videos here.
2017 Consultation responses
Tony Robinson and others explain why they objected to the Stonehenge scheme during the 2017 consultation. The points are still valid since the short tunnel is the preferred route. (3.26 mins).
The Stonehenge Alliance has written to ministers and many other authorities. We have received responses to most of our letters published here. They are an interesting record of this latest phase in the Stonehenge Saga that started in 2014, and also act as useful briefings for composing letters to ministers, MPs and others.
Ministers' replies to parliamentary questions posed by Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb are on a separate pagehere.