Employers queueing up to get on still-to-be-built business hub at Peterborough

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Employers at the rate of one a fortnight are exploring a move to a potential enterprise hub on the edge of Peterborough

Companies in search of warehouse space of more than 100,000 square feet are expressing interest in setting up on a still-to-be-approved replacement for the new fully occupied Gateway Peterborough at Alwalton.

Newlands Developments unveiled plans for a second Gateway, to be called A1 West, in April last year with hopes to start building next year.

But more than 12 months later, discussions about the 300 acre site off the northbound side of the A1 junction 17 and adjacent to the A605 are still going on.

Issues to be resolved before a planning application can be brought to committee revolve around highways and transport with officers and councillors from Huntingdonshire District Council, Peterborough City Council and Cambridgeshire County Council all involved.

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