Crewe road proposals to make Cheshire relocation even easierMay 25th, 2012 | Posted by in Expatriate Relocation
A newly proposed road network linking to the M6 in the Crewe area could make Cheshire relocation even easier than it already is.
The region is already popular for corporate relocation, thanks to its excellent transportation networks – including motorways, rail and air freight.
However, the new proposals aim to provide effective and reliable access to Basford West, south of Crewe, where developer Goodman has already secured approval for a logistics and employment hub.
With new jobs and facilities due to be created as the site is developed, the Highways Agency is now considering an extension to the local road network.
This would widen slip roads at the M6 Junction 16, widen the roundabout at the junction and install traffic lights to help with managing vehicle flow.
All of this should help to ensure that logistics operators can carry goods in and out of the area without disruption, but can also help with Cheshire relocation into the region for those with possessions to transport.
“Basford West is a key investment site in Crewe that will eventually deliver jobs for the town as part of the council’s All Change for Crewe programme,” says Cheshire East Council’s cabinet member for prosperity and economic regeneration, Jamie Macrae.
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