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Unesco urges British government to amend controversial Stonehenge road tunnel plan

UN cultural body Unesco has urged the government to make amendments to a controversial plan for a road tunnel near Stonehenge.






UN cultural body Unesco has urged the government to make amendments to a controversial plan for a road tunnel near Stonehenge.

The World Heritage Site (WHS) is at risk of being placed on the danger list if changes are not made to the proposed tunnel scheme on the A303.

National Highways' plans were approved by the government in July.

The government says the scheme is needed to tackle a "long-standing traffic bottleneck".

Unesco wants the government to act before the... more on the BBC


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Unesco urges British government to amend controversial Stonehenge road tunnel plan

UN cultural body Unesco has urged the government to make amendments to a controversial plan for a road tunnel near Stonehenge.






UN cultural body Unesco has urged the government to make amendments to a controversial plan for a road tunnel near Stonehenge.

The World Heritage Site (WHS) is at risk of being placed on the danger list if changes are not made to the proposed tunnel scheme on the A303.

National Highways' plans were approved by the government in July.

The government says the scheme is needed to tackle a "long-standing traffic bottleneck".

Unesco wants the government to act before the... more on the BBC


 



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