UK: Stonehenge tunnel decision delayed again

The decision on whether to build a tunnel under Stonehenge in southwest England has been delayed for a second time, with a ‘recent archaeological find’ being cited as the main reason.

As TTI reported in the July edition of the magazine, a decision was expected today (17 July), as to whether the long-awaited tunnel project on the major A303 road would go ahead.

But now a four-month extension has been added to the process, so that a decision will now not be made until November.