Stonehenge proposals unveiled
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1:02pm 12th October 2009.
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English Heritage has today unveiled plans for the new proposed visitor centre at Stonehenge.
Designed by architects Denton Corker Marshall, the new centre is designed to be sensitive to its surroundings and to the significance of the momnument.
The current visitor facilities will be swept away and the A344 turfed over.
The new centre will be 1.5 miles to the west at Airmans corner.
Visitors will be taken to the stones on a "low-key transit system".
Wiltshire Council will now undertake further public consultation as part of the formal planning process.
English Heritage hope, if consent is granted, the new centre will be up-and-running in time for the 2012 olympics.
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