Here’s an image of the contentious borehole at Blick Mead, beyond it the upper level of the westbound car transporter on the A303 is roughly the height the proposed flyover will be. Four raised lanes of traffic plus slip roads with breakdown bays will loom over this important Mesolithic site, so in addition to water run-off this flyover will inject noise and fumes that will overwrite the atmosphere of this special place.
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How then can Highways England or Historic England, claim that the proposed scheme does not damage Blick Mead?

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Perhaps when you are paid by the government that is the developer of this A303 tunnel scheme, it encourages a different definition of the term ‘damage’ to that understood by the rest of the public.