The Government seems likely to ignore UNESCO’s call for a rethink on plans to place the A303 in a 1.8-mile tunnel in the vicinity of the Stonehenge World Heritage Site.
In June UNESCO said the proposals were inadequate and the Government should consider either lengthening the tunnel or building a surface bypass further south (LTT 07 Jul).
Asked if the criticism was likely to prompt a rethink, Highways England chief executive Jim O’Sullivan told LTT: “I don’t think...+57% more
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