€15m Dordogne bypass works to be dismantled

Protesters are celebrating after France’s highest administrative court ordered a partly-built bypass to be dismantled and the beauty spot to be returned to its original state.

The €32million Dordogne Valley project at Beynac is in the heart of a Unesco biosphere and a Natura 2000 site.

Protester Jean-François Vidalie, of Sauvons La Vallée de la Dordogne, described it as “ ...

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