Jaguar Land Rover is inviting the public to give feedback about its plans to improve its site at Gaydon at a public exhibition taking place at the Heritage Motor Centre.
The company highlighted its commitment to the welfare of Gaydon and said they wanted the public’s opinion before they invested to develop the town.
The proposed development will be planned in phases, with the first phase heavily focusing on improving traffic flow within the site, and the second will focus on the construction of new facilities and offices.
Additionally, the National Distribution Centre is being relocated.
Pete Richings, the director of Engineering Technical Services at Jaguar Land Rover, said: “Our vision for Gaydon is to create an innovation and creativity hub with employee wellbeing at its heart, complemented by sensitive and environmentally-friendly design and landscaping.
“We want to work in harmony with residents and businesses to ensure that local people are comfortable with our plans and continue to see our company as a good neighbour.
“The public exhibition is an opportunity for people to meet the development team and discuss our plans.”
Anyone who would like to give feedback should visit the Heritage Motor Centre, either from Wednesday September 9 to Friday September 11 from 2pm to 7pm, or on Saturday September 12 from 11am to 4pm.
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