Hinckley National Rail Freight Interchange | TRITAX SYMMETRY
Located at junction 2 of the M69, the plans for a National Rail Freight Interchange in Hinckley will deliver a large multi-purpose freight interchange and distribution facility connected to both the rail and road network.
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Tritax Symmetry is currently in the process of preparing for the formal consultation on proposals for the Hinckley National Rail Freight Interchange. Further information will be published in due course but in the meantime if you have any questions then please do not hesitate to get in touch with the project team.

The Proposals

Tritax Symmetry is bringing forward proposals for the Hinckley National Rail Freight Interchange (HNRFI) at junction 2 of the M69. The scheme is considered to be a Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project (NSIP).

The site will include the delivery of:

Railway sidings and freight transfer area alongside the two-track railway between Hinckley and Leicester. This line forms a part of Network Rail’s ‘F2N’ freight route between Felixstowe and Nuneaton, lengths of which have been the subject of upgrades, and is also well-placed in the national rail network to provide direct links to and from major cargo terminals at Southampton, Liverpool and the Humber estuary.

A dedicated road access directly from Junction 2 of the M69 motorway, which connects the M6 near Coventry to the M1 near Leicester and links to the A5 in between. As a part of the proposals, a northbound off-slip and a southbound on-slip would be added to this Junction, which currently caters only for motorway traffic heading to and from the north.

Up to 13.71 hectares (ha) of level land for the construction of a rail port for the loading and unloading of freight trains, and for a total area of up to 850,000 square metres gross internal area (GIA) (650,000 square metres gross external area (GEA) ‘footprint’ and 200,000 square metres of mezzanine floorspace) of high-bay storage and logistics buildings in a single land parcel bounded by the railway to the north-west and the M69 to the south-east.

Land for landscape and planting works, ecological mitigation, drainage balancing ponds and footpath and cycleway links.