Thursday, 22 December 2016

English Heritage's Legal Covenant for the A344 Permissive Path

I have a copy of the 106 and Highways Agreement between Wiltshire Council and HBMCE (English Heritage) and others for the planning permission for the New Visitor Centre near Stonehenge.

I reproduce Paragraph 9 of Schedule 3 of Part 2 as it relates to the ongoing failure by English Heritage to provide a permissive path on the route of the old A344


Dated 23 JUNE 2010

WILTSHIRE COUNCIL (1 )
and
HISTORIC BUILDINGS AND MONUMENTS COMMISSION FOR ENGLAND  (2)
and
SECRETARY OF STATE FOR CULTURE MEDIA AND SPORT (3)
and
ROBERT LIONEL TURNER (4)
and
THE HONOURABLE FINN BENJAMIN GUINNESS
THE HONOURABLE ERSKINE STUART RICHARD GUINNESS
THE HONOURABLE CATRIONA ROSE GUINNESS (5)
and
THE NATIONAL TRUST FOR PLACES OF HISTORIC INTEREST OR
NATURAL BEAUTY (6)
and
NATIONAL WESTMINSTER BANK PLC (7)

Agreement under Section 106 Town and Country Planning Act 1990
and
Section 278 of the Highways Act 1980

relating to-

THE STONEHENGE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT
STONEHENGE WORLD HERITAGE SITE, WILTSHIRE


PART 2 HIGHWAYS OBLIGATIONS AND ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION AND HIGHWAYS ORDERS


SCHEDULE 3
Other Obligations

9 The National Trust and the Secretary of State as owners of the land
fronting that part of the A344 between its junction with Byway 12 and
the A303 to be stopped up and English Heritage covenant that as
from the date of such stopping up that part of the A344 may be used
at all times by cyclists and pedestrians until such time as an
alternative cycle route is available and has been provided in
accordance with a scheme which shall first have been approved by
the local planning authority in consultation with the local highway
authority and the Highways Agency

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