Stonehenge byways under threat - online objection

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Re: Stonehenge byways under threat - online objection

Postby DrRob » Thu 24 Nov 2011 1:16 pm

anisboy wrote:Good news :)

The only TRO reccommedned to apply is the closure of the A344, from Airmans Corner to the BOAT :)

Result :)

Well sort of, personally I don't think the closure of said road is a good idea but so long as the conclusions of Alan Boyland are listened to then hopfully it will keep everyone happy :)


BRILLIANT NEWS! Is there a link to an "official" statement? :D
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Re: Stonehenge byways under threat - online objection

Postby DrRob » Thu 24 Nov 2011 1:33 pm

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Re: Stonehenge byways under threat - online objection

Postby anisboy » Wed 21 Dec 2011 6:21 pm

Received today :)

Dear Sir/Madam
Re: Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 – Public Inquiry 20 September – 4 October 2011

The County of Wiltshire (Stonehenge World Heritage Site, Parishes of Amesbury, Berwick St James, Durrington, Wilsford cum Lake, Winterbourne Stoke and Woodford) (Prohibition of Driving Order 2010

Further to my email dated 22nd November 2011 concerning the proposed Traffic Regulation Order for the Stonehenge area.

The Cabinet Member for Highways and Transport has now considered a report prepared following the receipt of the Planning Inspector’s report. He has accepted the Inspector’s recommendation and has decided that the traffic restriction should be made to apply only to the A344 and not the Byways. This order will now be sealed in due course to be operative at a date appropriate to the overall development.

The report can be viewed by following the link below and the decision will come into effect on 2nd January 2012. (Please note that some of the appendices attached to the report are very large as they contain copies of letters received as a result of the original advertisement).

http://cms.wiltshire.gov.uk/ieDecisionD ... spx?ID=517

Yours faithfully,

Peter Harris
Principal Traffic Engineer
Traffic and Network Management
Wiltshire Council

Direct Line: 01225 713285
Fax Number: 01225 713309
Email:peter.harris@wiltshire.gov.uk
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Re: Stonehenge byways under threat - online objection

Postby dieseljim » Thu 22 Dec 2011 2:26 pm

Excellent news! :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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Re: Stonehenge byways under threat - online objection

Postby DrRob » Thu 22 Dec 2011 9:46 pm

Sense prevailed for once! :roll:
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