A Student of History

April 5, 2007

New Stonehenge Visitor Center

Filed under: Historic Preservation — John Maass @ 10:05 am

From the EH website:

English Heritage welcomes the Secretary of State’s decision to grant planning permission for the new Visitor Facilities and Access Scheme at Stonehenge, but urges the Government to approve the Published Scheme for A303 road improvements at the earliest possible date.


In a letter to English Heritage, Ruth Kelly, the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government stated that the scheme can only go ahead once the government has approved the published A303 roads scheme, which includes a flyover at Countess Road, a 2.1km bored tunnel, a bypass round Winterbourne Stoke and junction improvements at Longbarrow Crossroads.


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