THE FUTURE
OF MAGNA PARK

On the 2nd October 2015, Gazeley submitted to Harborough District Council a hybrid planning application comprising:

1) Outline application for the demolition of Lodge, Emmanuel and Bittesby Cottages and erection of up to 419,800 sq m Storage and Distribution (B8) with ancillary offices (B1a), up to 3,700 sq m for a Logistics Institute of Technology (D1) with associated playing field, up to 9,000 sq m small business space (B1a, B1b), change of use of Bittesby House barns to exhibition centre (D1), the creation of a Country Park, other open space and landscaping works on land to the north of Mere Lane, formation of access road from Magna Park, creation of roundabouts, partial realignment of Mere Lane, upgrading of A5 to dual carriageway, creation of roundabout access on A5, creation of SuDS facilities and associated infrastructure and landscaping works (siting, extent and use of the defined parcels, the maximum quanta and height of buildings, the restriction on the siting of yards, demolitions and means of access to be considered only) on land at Mere Lane, Bittesby, Leicestershire.

2) Detailed application for the creation of a 137 space HGV parking facility, associated gatehouse and HGV Driver Training Centre, vehicle wash and fuelling facilities, and a rail freight shuttle terminal, with associated hardstanding, landscaping works and SUDS facilities on land adjacent to Asda George Headquarters, A4303.

Details relating to the application can be found on the Harborough District Council website using the following link and entering planning application reference number: 15/01531/OUT

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The iconic Sir Frank Whittle jet plane statue in Harborough now has a new patron after Gazeley, the specialist logistics real estate developer behind the successful Magna Park development in Lutterworth agreed a new five year deal to sponsor and maintain the plane. Air Commodore Sir Frank Whittle was a British Royal Air Force air officer. He is credited with single-handedly inventing the turbojet engine.   A replica of the first British jet designed in Lutterworth a Gloster E.28/39 aircraft has been in place in the centre of a Lutterworth roundabout since 2003.  The statue, at the junction of Rugby Road and the...
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