600 job plan which will create new junction off M65 From Lancashire Telegraph Lancashire County Council and partners Maple Grove Developments, which is part of the Eric Wright Group, and in association with Brookhouse Group, will be consulting on the scheme amendments at a public exhibition next week.
Changes have been made to the schemes design and access arrangements, with the main access expected to be from a new exit off Junction 1a at the start of the M65. Councillor Geoff Driver CBE, Lancashire County Council leader, said: "We have listened to the feedback from the community during the consultation in November, and through ongoing positive discussions with South Ribble Council officers and other stakeholders, amendments have been made to the proposals, including to certain design, highways and transport elements of the development. "The planning public exhibition is part of our continued engagement with the local community and we welcome thoughts and feedback on the amendments proposed." It is estimated the scheme will provide: More than 4,600 new Full Time coach outlet sale dates Equivalent (FTE) jobs at the site in addition to2,900 (FTE) jobs created during construction. 80,000 coach outlet handbags repair sq m of new industrial space, comprising of a range of separate units with ancillary offices. A further circa 26,000 coach outlet locations dallas sq m of new office and business space, including a range of individual units. Retail development, including a new IKEA and up to five large format units for national retailers. Jeremy Hartley, coach outlet stores key west from Eric Wright Group, said: "The potential benefits of the Cuerden site are substantial and we continue to work with all parties to deliver a development that will make a significant contribution to the local economy. "The Cuerden development is an attractive location for all types of businesses to invest in the area, which in turn could deliver thousands of new jobs to local communities.".
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