Having received a few adverse comments about the A303 Stonehenge Response Form, which Highways England had provided in PDF form, we did a bit of digging and had a play ourselves. We don’t think it’s a particularly friendly format and some of you may find it difficult to near-impossible to edit with your available computer system and software; especially if you are an Apple user. Most of you will be unable to attach photographs, diagrams, charts or tables should you wish to do so, without buying specialist software. We didn’t think that was either fair or sensible.
We have checked with Highways England and have been assured by Heather Price, the A303 Stonehenge Correspondence Officer, that you can use these templates to produce your reponses, provided you save it as a PDF file when you have finished editing it. This is simple to do both in MS Word and Apple Pages.
Please let us know if you have any issues with either the original PDF format, or the two templates we have provided.