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A303 Stonehenge (Amesbury to Berwick Down)

Event organised by ICE

02 March 2023

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The A303 Stonehenge Improvements, being delivered by National Highways, will create a high quality, high performing, dual carriageway route along the A303/A358 corridor between the South West and the South East. The project aims to removing the traffic bottleneck past Stonehenge, improve connectivity and help open up the region, unlocking economic and social benefits for the region.

The scheme includes a tunnel, around 2 miles (3.3 kilometres) long, to remove A303 traffic from a large part of the Stonehenge landscape. In doing so, the tranquillity and natural setting of the Stones will be restored to benefit visitors’ experiences long into the future.


Andrew Clark

Andrew Clark

national highways

senior project manager, complex infrastructure programme, major projects

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Andrew Clark

Andrew has worked at National Highways for 13 years, having joined as a Graduate Engineer in 2010. He has been working on the A303 Stonehenge Project since 2016 when he joined as the Environmental Workstream Lead, managing the development and publication of the Environmental Statement, Outline Construction Environmental Management Plan and the Heritage Impact Assessment documents into the Development Consent Order (DCO) for the Project. After the DCO was awarded in 2020, Andrew moved into the Deputy Project Manager role for the scheme.

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Yasemin Gurbuz

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