It might have seemed quiet over the past few months, but the A303 Stonehenge team have been working hard behind the scenes. We’re aiming to be on site later in the summer. One of the first things you might see is some work on the A360.
With a project as big and as high profile as A303 Stonehenge, the project is keen to keep in touch with local communities.
Local residents are being invited to submit questions and hear from the team in a live online Q&A session to find out more about the plans for the project.
The Highways England team want to hear from the people that the start of work is going to affect the most: people who live nearby. Whether you’re already in the know, or you haven‘t got the first idea what the scheme means for you and the local area – the project team would like to hear from you and bring you up to speed with the latest.
The event is online at 7pm on Tuesday 29 June.
To sign up – and submit your questions – go to the project website: highwaysengland.co.uk/our-work/a303-stonehenge/
N.B. It might be a couple of days before the sign-up link goes live.