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Groundworks to start on spine road

Source: Glenigan

Ground Investigation works are to commence late September 2013 for the £11 million Cinderford Northern Quarter Spine Road. Geotechnical Engineering Ltd are to carry out the works on behalf of the Homes and Communities Agency and Forest of Dean District Council. The clients have appointed Parsons Brinckerhoff as lead consultants and hope to submit a planning application late 2013 for the spine road. The construction of the Cinderford Northern Quarter Spine Road is a vital part of the drive to regenerate the Cinderford Northern Quarter as it will open up the site to deliver new jobs, businesses and investment to the town. It is planned to construct the road in three phases:- Phase one: Broadmoor Road to the proposed college site; Phase two: A4136 to the Northern United site and Phase three: The middle section of the road, linking phases one and two.


Works complete on £15m supermarket

Source: Glenigan

Work has completed on a scheme by Optimisation Developments Ltd at Wistons Lane in Elland. This scheme comprised of the construction of a Morrison's supermarket and petrol filling station with 337 car parking spaces. The existing Nu-Swift factory also needed to be demolished. The Morrison's store completed and opened in March 2013 and the remaining works completed mid September 2013. Watson Batty Ltd are the architects who designed this £15 million scheme.


Supermarket near completion

Source: Glenigan

Work is scheduled to complete on site imminently on a scheme by Wm Morrison Supermarkets Plc at Metz Way in Railway Triangle, Gloucester. ISG Plc will complete the £5 million fit-out of the proposed new Morrison's store on 9th October 2013. Work completed on the shell on 5th July 2013 and RGP Architects were the architects who originally designed this scheme.


Wind farm approved for examination

Source: Glenigan

Following submission to the Infrastructure Planning Portal, the Planning Inspectorate has notified SMart Wind that the application for Hornsea Project One offshore wind farm has been formally accepted for examination. A recommendation is expected by the Planning Inspectorate, and decision by the Secretary of State for Energy, by the end of 2014. Project One of the Hornsea offshore wind farm will cover 407 square kilometres and consist of 668 wind turbines. When complete it will deliver up to 1.2GW of generation capacity. The wind farm is owned by Smart Wind, a joint venture between Mainstream Renewable Power and Siemens Project Venture, as well as DONG Energy. Works could commence during 2015.


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