begins on Highbridge plans that could create 1,000 jobs
District Council has this week invited the public's feedback on
plans for a huge expansion of Highbridge's Isleport Business Park.
first reported earlier this month here
that the proposed expansion of the business park could create
up to 1,000 new jobs in coming years.
District Council is considering the long-term expansion of the
business park and has identified three potential development sites
covering around 65 hectares of land.
council's Planning Policy Team has this week launched a consultation
on the scheme, which is now open for comment until 28th August.
spokeswoman Claire Faun told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "This consultation
is in respect of the identification of land for employment development
adjacent to the existing Isleport Business Park. The objective
is to gather views and comments from residents, businesses and
land owners in the area as well as statutory consultees."
to find out more about how to submit your feedback on the scheme.