Interests: Road building
The Stonehenge Alliance is a group of five national NGOs who maintain a watching brief on major development proposals that impact on the Stonehenge World Heritage Site.
Find out about the current threat to the site in this Ecologist article, 'Stonehenge World Heritage Site at risk from A303 tunnel plans'.
2016: The Stonehenge Alliance has published this leaflet about road building plans at the World Heritage Site.
2015: This is the wording of a petition set up by the Stonehenge Alliance which you can sign on the 38 Degrees website: "No further damage should be done to the archaeological landscape of Stonehenge. Future generations would be appalled at those who decided that road widening should be at the expense of England’s most iconic World Heritage Site. If A303 widening at Stonehenge is felt to be essential it should be done by means of a deep bored tunnel at least 4.5km long. Anything shorter would cause irreparable damage to this landscape, in breach of the World Heritage Convention."