The Council for British Archaeology is holding a day meeting to discuss the
road proposals for Stonehenge at the British Academy, 10 Carlton House
Terrace, London, on 27th February 2002.
The design and assessment process is progressing and proposals will begin to
be finalised in the summer. Many views have been expressed about the
proposals without some key issues, like the nature and scale of construction
impacts for different options, being clear. This is a chance to discuss how
important issues relating to the likely benefits and impacts of the scheme
options are being addressed while the design is in progress.
Speakers will include representatives from English Heritage, the National
Trust and the Highways Agency's environmental assessment and design team.
They will give brief presentations on the context of the scheme and on
current work developing the proposals as the basis for an informed
discussion of the assessment process and design issues.
A limited number of places will be available free of charge on a
first-come-first-served basis. Full details will be sent to participants
nearer the time. Please contact Carole Barrowclough, CBA, Bowes Morrell
House, 111 Walmgate, York YO1 9WA; e-mail
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