If you’re not aware of the threat to Stonehenge, beyond the wonton destruction every year at summer solstice, then please read this. Five months is not a long time and the difference between a long and short tunnel is no difference at all.
The Government’s Autumn statement will take place in early December. It will contain the results of the current feasibility study into ways in which congestion on the A303, including the section around Stonehenge, can be eased. It appears that there is a real determination to resolve the issue – perhaps because it has been calculated that many votes will be lost by not doing so – and it can therefore be anticipated that unlike previous studies this one will be speedily acted upon.
Hence it’s likely that a tunnel is well and truly back on the agenda and could actually be built, not just talked about. So will it be the “short tunnel” rather than a long one? It’s a fair bet it will be for if the question was “will it be an expensive or less expensive one” no-one would be in any doubt about the answer. Yet no…
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