REDETERMINATION IN PROGRESS:  YOU CAN OBJECT TO THE A303 STONEHENGE ROAD SCHEME BEFORE 4TH APRIL 2022.  SEE DETAILS HERE. 

Cutting exiting the western tunnel portal. Image source: Highways England video February 2018

Composite image by Stonehenge Alliance based on image by Highways England.

Pedestrians can be seen walking on the former A303, restricted byway, overlooking the chasm at the Western end of the World Heritage Site. Composite image based on Highways England images.

The cutting at the western end of the World Heritage Site will be deeper than the tallest stone at Stonehenge which stands at 6.5m tall. The area will be equivalent to eight football pitches. Composite images based on Highways England images.

Eastern section from Countess roundabout. Amesbury Abbey grounds and Blick Mead archaeological site to the left. Image source: Highways England video February 2018

Tunnel portal at Western end. Image source: Highways England

Image of tunnel adapted by Stonehenge Alliance based on Highways England video.

Bird’s eye view of the flyover past a Grade I listed building and Mesolithic Site of Blick Mead at the Eastern end. Image source: Private artist’s impression.

To see reasons why the A303 Stonehenge panel of examiners recommended refusal with images please see here.

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