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New plans for Stonehenge centre
Stonehenge
A six-week consultation period on the plans has begun
English Heritage has resubmitted plans for a 67m visitor centre at Stonehenge in Wiltshire.

Salisbury District Council turned down the original application in July 2005 due to environmental concerns. English Heritage then lodged an appeal.

The new application includes a grass-roofed building and a land train to ferry people to the monument.

From Thursday, Salisbury District Council opens a six-week consultation period on the plans.




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