ABOUT SAVE STONEHENGE WHS

Formal consultation on a major £1,600,000,000 road scheme is part of a UK Government long term plan to upgrade the A303 to an Expressway to the South West. The 4-lane carriageway, tunnel and slip roads would cross the iconic Stonehenge World Heritage Site: a landscape that is considered “the most archaeologically... MORE 

CONSULTATION 2018: SAY NO!

Highways England's consultation is underway and ends on 6 April 2018.  Say no to deep cuttings, acres of tarmac, 'green' bridges, double roundabouts, flyover and slip roads. Some key points have been suggested by us to assist with responding to the consultation today.  More will be added in due course... MORE

Please can you pop £ in the £pot?

Far from being a 'disappearing road' the Expressway will frequently resemble the one illustrated below. To object to this scheme it is important to have money for publicity, professional advice and many sundry items. Can you help? To donate please link here.  Thank you to our generous supporters who have kept us going. 

UNESCO & Stonehenge WHS

Stonehenge, together with Avebury was designated by UNESCO as Stonehenge, Avebury and Associated Sites World Heritage Site” in 1986. The description, which includes a Statement of Outstanding Universal Value, explains why the WHS is considered to be of such importance to mankind... MORE

Watch! Weep! Protest!

Government intends to build a 4-lane road and tunnel in the heart of the Stonehenge World Heritage Site. Tom Holland explains the 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).

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Correspondence with authorities

The Stonehenge Alliance has written to ministers and many other authorities.  We have received responses to most of our letters published hereThey 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 page here.