Posted on September 24, 2011
A logistics company applied for planning permission to build a freight interchange near Slough.  The hub would be used to transfer freight between road and rail, hopefully encouraging customers to use rail freight which produces fewer carbon emissions.
The plans have been rejected by the local council as ‘detrimental to the environment’, especially because the interchange was to be built on Green Belt land.

 

 

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