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Located between the M48 (J1) and M5 (J18) motorways, Central Park offers unrestricted all route access to the motorway network. The scheme also offers plots with extensive frontage to the M49.
Proposed new M49 motorway connection at Central Park
Announced in December 2014 by George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer, on behalf of the Department of Transport, a new motorway junction will be built from the M49 adjacent to Central Park, directly linking the motorway into the Avonmouth and Severnside enterprise area and to Central Park in particular.
The £50 million junction is part of a £15 billion "roads revolution" announced by the Government to improve links throughout the South West.
The new junction will link the growing distribution and logistics sector in the Avonmouth and Severnside enterprise area to both the M5 and M4 motorways.
South Gloucestershire Council estimates that up to 13,400 jobs over 25 years could be accommodated in Severnside when the area is fully developed and the new junction will help encourage businesses to invest here.
The area is a growing hub for industry because of the already good motorway links with the M4 giving good access to London and South Wales, and the M5 to the South West and West Midlands and beyond.
All indications are that construction works will commence in 2017. Whilst the final location is still being decided, all options currently being explored will enable access off the new junction directly into Central Park.
Follow our website for further updates in 2017 on this exciting project.
Rail Freight traffic set to double over the next 10 years
Central Park benefits from existing rail connections and can accommodate the development of units with direct rail links. In addition there is an open access rail terminal at Bristol Port, Avonmouth with sea container handling facilities.
Existing Dock facilities with £500 million deep sea terminal development..
The Docks of Avonmouth and Royal Portbury are located within 6 miles of Central Park and form the nearest main UK port in road miles to the Midlands conurbation.