It consists of:
The major road improvements consist of:
The first warehouse was occupied in Spring of 2019
The Kegworth Bypass was completed Nov 2018 and there is no longer access from Ashby Road to the A453, other than for buses, cyclists and pedestrians
Church Street and Main Street will be closed at their junctions with the A50 and a replacement access road will be provided. Please refer to the development website
A local road has been provided from the M1 Junction 24 roundabout to directly access the hotel
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The main vehicle for communicating with the local community is our website and the established Community Form. Attendees include representatives from:
Please see our website
There will be some local diversions of Skylink services which go via Kegworth, which are necessary to create the new access junction to the development
The detail of specific bus service improvements will be agreed by a steering group during the course of development, but current proposals are for an extension of the my15 service from Ilkeston to the development, plus enhancements to the Skylink services. The development will facilitate a new bus interchange at the site access junction, which will connect passengers using Skylink services with a site-wide shuttle bus, providing direct access to each individual warehouse
There will be some local diversions of Skylink services which go via Kegworth, which are necessary to create the new access junction to the development. Please refer to your bus operator for further details.
The scheme requires diversion of several rights of way. For rights of way currently affected by the works please see our website
The terminal is scheduled to be available for freight trains from Q1 2020
The terminal is for freight trains only. The nearest passenger station is East Midlands Parkway.
The safeguarded HS2 proposal is for a high speed line to run between Kegworth and the M1 and not through the development site. The Kegworth Bypass has been completed and HS2 are aware of this. There will be no connection from HS2 into the rail freight terminal Please see www.gov.uk/government/organisations/high-speed-two-limited for further information on HS2.