Work starts on M5 southbound service station business at Gloucester creating 300 new jobs

Work has started on the M5 at Gloucester Services to build a new southbound service station.

The northbound service station, operated by independent Lake District based firm Westmorland, opened just over a month ago.

The firm has now secured the £27million it needs from the Royal Bank of Scotland to build the southbound centre, which will create a further 150 jobs, bringing the jobs total up to 300.

Planning consent for both sites was granted at the same time, meaning work has already got under way.

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