'We will listen to tunnel feedback'
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Highways England 'listening to all feedback' on Stonehenge tunnel

The government wants to build a 1.8 mile (2.9 km) tunnel past Stonehenge to improve journey times on the A303.

Some landowners and archaeologists have warned the plans would cause irreversible damage.

Andrew Alcorn, from Highways England, said they were listening to all feedback on the tunnel proposals.

"We're listening to what [landowner] Mrs Hosier is saying, we're listening to the other 9,000 pieces of correspondence we've had," he said.

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