Highways England Consultation A303 Stonehenge
Monday, 06 February, 2017
The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society is preparing a response to this important consultation and is seeking the views of its members on a draft document.
Highways England has opened a consultation on proposals to improve the A303 past Stonehenge. Full details are online at www.highways.gov.uk/a303stonehenge.
Highways England are welcoming views from as many people as possible, and you are encouraged to submit your own individual response to the consultation.
The Trustees of the Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society (the Society) have agreed that we should submit a response on behalf of the Society and we are asking for the views of our members on our draft response. The response can be found here (opens in a new window) and you can respond through an online form here (opens in a new window).
This response was drafted by a working group led by the Director and our Trustees John Baumber, David Field and Peter Saunders. It is based on the 7 questions asked in the Highways England consultation and has been discussed and agreed by the Board of Trustees.
You are invited to give us your views on the Society’s response by 25 February 2017. This draft will then be updated and the final submission agreed by the Board before it is submitted on 5 March. You can give us your views by following this link.
If you would like to find out a little more about the consultation and talk about our response, there will be an informal drop-in session at the Museum on Saturday 11 February from 10am – noon where you will be able to meet a member of the Working Group that has prepared the draft. Please note that the last of the Highways England consultation events is being held at Antrobus House, Amesbury on Wednesday 8 February from 2pm - 8pm.