A303 Stonehenge DCO application

Amesbury Museum Heritage Trust

ASLaN – Ancient Sacred Landscape Network

Avebury Society

Banton, Simon

Blick Mead Archaeology

  • Consultation – Objection here, 2018

British Museum

Campaign for Better Transport (formerly Transport 2000)

Consortium of Conservation Bodies

  • STATEMENT AND VISION: press released 30 March 2006 by, in alphabetical order:
    • ASLaN – Ancient Sacred Landscape Network
    • CBA – The Council for British Archaeology
    • CPRE – The Campaign to Protect Rural England
    • FoE – Friends of the Earth
    • ICOMOS-UK – International Council for Monuments & Sites, UK
    • Prehistoric Society
    • RESCUE – The British Archaeological Trust
    • The National Trust
    • Transport 2000 – Now Campaign for Better Transport
    • WANHS – Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society (Wiltshire Museum)

Consortium of Stonehenge Experts

Construction trade updates: costs and contracts

  • New Civil Engineer
  • Highways Magazine
  • Build 
  • Construction News 

Council for British Archaeology (CBA)

CPRE – Campaign to Protect Rural England

DEFRA – Dept for Environment, Fisheries & Rural Affairs

  • Map: Magic Map Shows landscape designations, habitats, flooding areas, and areas of special protection

Department for Transport

English Heritage

  • See position and updates here

Fort, Tom

  • Further Reading: ‘The A303 Highway to the Sun’, 2012 Simon & Schuster.  Book based on journalist Tom Fort’s programme of the same name.  No longer available on iPlayer.

Fielden, Kate

Friends of the Earth

Gaffney, Vincent (et al “Stonehenge Hidden Landscapes” Project)

Goodwin, Phil

Hagyard, Tim

  • Article with summary – Respect Stonehenge: An alternative, 2021 A proposal for a package of traffic measures that should be trialled before considering an expensive and massively intrusive landscape intervention 

Heritage Journal, The

  • HJ – Home Search ‘Stonehenge’ for articles and sketches from 2014 to present

High Court

Highways England

  • See National Highways below

Historic England

Honouring the Ancient Dead (HAD)


James, Alan

Keene, Suzanne

Kinnersly, Pat

  • Email: Response to redetermination, April 2022 Faced with a pre-determination to go ahead irrespective of responses, the objector included an anticipated proforma reply.

Marshall, Tim


Moss, Dave

National Audit Office 

National Highways (formerly Highways England/Highways Agency)

National Trust

Open Access to Stonehenge

Parker Pearson, Mike


Planning Inspectorate

Prehistoric Society

RESCUE – The British Archaeological Trust

Royal Astronomical Society

Royal Society for the Protection of Birds

Salmon & Trout Conservation – Salisbury and District Angling Club

‘Save Stonehenge’ campaign: 1995 to 2007

  • Save Stonehenge – campaign partner’s personal website. It was archived following government’s decision to abandon the scheme in December 2007.
  • Press coverage – Comprehensive, historic, record. The titles encapsulate the story.

Scientific Committee for the A303 Stonehenge proposal with HMAG

Society of Antiquaries

  • Consultation response here, 2018

Stonehenge Alliance – Index

Stonehenge and Avebury WHS

Stonehenge Hidden Landscapes Project

Stonehenge Saga

Transport Action Network (TAN)



Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society (Wiltshire Museum)

Wiltshire Council

World Heritage Watch

Latest position of scheme proposal and that of objectors is published in WHW annual report.  This report includes many WHS at risk, as well as some on the list of World Heritage in danger. See links on International support page.

Young, Elizabeth and Wayland Kennet

  • The Stonehenge: Saga Continues, Nov 2000 A lively account by the Kennets of the many proposals since 1986.  First published in the Journal of Architectural Conservation (No. 3, November 2000, pp.70-85) entitled ‘Stonehenge: the Saga Continues’ reproduced in full by kind permission of the authors’ family.
  • Obituary Lord Kennet, May 2009
  • Obituary Lady Kennet, Jan 2015

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