Stonehenge road tunnel survives High Court challenge
The High Court has dismissed a bid challenging the permission for survey work to be carried out near Stonehenge. The work itself relates to plans for a new road tunnel that Highways England have proposed since 2018 to replace the A303 single carriageway, a notorious traffic blackspot. The bid tried to challenge the work on the grounds that a government agency used the wrong legal powers to gain access to the land, forcing landowners to allow their land to be surveyed.
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