Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal Approved

The development of the Daventry  international rail freight terminal has been approved and confirmed. The owners of the site plan to build and develop a new rail interchange and warehousing that will cover approximately 850 acres.

The project has received the green light, following a public enquiry, from the Department of Transport. Remaining planning will now be dealt with by the Daventry District Council.

The Daventry international freight terminal project began with its first phase in 1997, it is now in it\’s third phase.

Phase I and II next to junction 18 of the M1 are in Crick, while phase III will be to the north in Rugby.

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