Campaigners mull legal challenge after minister's Stonehenge tunnel consent against inspectors' advice

Campaigners say they are "taking legal advice" after the transport secretary approved plans for a controversial road tunnel through the Stonehenge world heritage site (WHS) against a recommendation for refusal from planning inspectors who advised that the scheme's "substantial harm" to the prehistoric monument could not be justified.

by Michael Donnelly
Stonehenge (pic: Mari, Flickr)
Stonehenge (pic: Mari, Flickr)

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