Stonehenge centre wins approval

Denton Corker Marshall’s proposal for a visitor centre, 3km away from the stones.

An epic 15-year-long struggle to build a new visitor centre at World Heritage site Stonehenge received a crucial boost this week after Denton Corker Marshall’s £65 million project won planning permission.

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