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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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Formal consultation // 2021

Following the informal consultations, Tritax Symmetry is reviewing feedback ahead of the formal consultation which will take place later this year.

Informal highways consultation // 2019

Following the informal consultation in 2018, Tritax Symmetry undertook a second round of informal consultation on the HNRFI proposals, focussed specifically on the road improvement options outside the main development site. A series of public exhibitions were held across the local area as follows:

  • Monday 29th July 4pm-8pm – St Francis Community Centre
  • Wednesday 31st July 10am-2pm – The George Ward Centre
  • Saturday 3rd August 10am-2pm – Elmesthorpe Village Hall
  • Saturday 3rd August 4pm-8pm – Sapcote Methodist Church
  • Wednesday 7th August 12:30pm-6:30pm – Stoney Stanton Village Hall
  • Saturday 10th August 10am-2pm – Burbage Methodist Church

The consultation ran from 8th July to 6th September 2019.

Informal consultation // 2018

In 2018, Tritax Symmetry undertook an informal consultation on the HNRFI proposals. The consultation included eight public exhibitions across the local area on the following dates:

  • Friday 26th October, 2pm-8pm – Elmesthorpe Village Hall
  • Saturday 27th October, 10am-1pm – Elmesthorpe Village Hall
  • Monday 29th October, 3pm-8pm – Burbage Millennium Hall
  • Wednesday 31st October, 2pm-8pm – Sapcote Methodist Church
  • Friday 2nd November, 1pm-7pm – Stoney Stanton Village Hall
  • Wednesday 7th November, 2pm-8pm – The George Ward Centre
  • Friday 9th November, 12pm-6pm – St Francis Community Centre
  • Saturday 10th November, 12pm-6pm – St Francis Community Centre

The consultation ran from 22nd October until 7th December 2018.

Archaeological evaluation // 27th September 2018

We’ve agreed a programme of archaeological evaluation with Leicestershire County Council’s Archaeological Adviser. Work has now commenced on site and we’re expecting it to continue over the next few months. If you have any questions about this ongoing work, then please do not hesitate to get in touch.