CWDP – Coventry and Warwickshire Gateway Development – Warwickshire - Project Profile
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Coventry and Warwickshire Development Partnership (CWDP), a joint venture between Coventry Airport owners Rigby Family Holdings and Roxhill Properties, is undertaking the construction of Coventry and Warwickshire Gateway Development project in Warwickshire, the UK.
The project involves the construction of a new technology and manufacturing/distribution park on 30ha of land.
It includes the construction of manufacturing facilities, technology parks, warehouses, administrative space, industrial hubs and parking area, and the installation of fire safety and security systems.
In September 2012, the planning application was submitted to the Warwick District Council (WDC) and Coventry City Council.
On December 20, 2012, the city council rejected the planning application and requested for further information.
In June 2013, Warwick District Council approved the project plans.
In January 2014, the Secretary of State for Communities & Local Government called in the planning application, as the decision by WDC was against National Planning Policy, and has instructed WDC not to grant planning permission.
A Public Inquiry on the project was started on April 8, 2014 and completed on May 19, 2014. According to public inquiry, the scheme seems to be the great threat to countryside area.
The project is facing delay as the government has blocked planning permission.
The project involves the construction of a new technology and manufacturing/distribution park on 30ha of land in Warwickshire in the UK.
The US$482 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of manufacturing facilities
2. Construction of technology parks
3. Construction of warehouses
4. Construction of administrative space
5. Construction of industrial hubs
6. Construction of parking area
7. Installation of fire safety and security system