A303 Stonehenge

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A303 Stonehenge

Received 08 December 2018
From Bill Riley

Representation

My representation relates solely to the proposed changes to public rights of way. There should be no discrimination, i.e. no user group should be favoured above another.

In particular, there should be no fragmentation of the Byway Open to All Traffic (BOAT) network. Meaning that where a BOAT is currently connected to another BOAT or vehicular highway, by the A303 or another public carriageway, they will continue to be so connected after the completion of the scheme.

A specific example: Amesbury BOATs 11 and 12 must continue to be connected by a vehicular highway, and it would be illogical not to use the line of the closed A303.