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Proposal to extend Skippers Lane industrial estate to create new business space and local jobs

We are on the cusp of significant economic growth that will help realise our flourishing future for our communities.  We have huge inward investment projects taking place on Wilton International, Teesport and the STDC site.  In order to link with these investments and deliver the biggest possible impact in terms of business growth and job creation the council have allocated £2.8m for investment at Skippers Lane.

 

We’d like your views on the initial proposals for an estate extension.

 

Concept masterplan for Skippers Lane Industrial Estate

 

To download the PDF Version of the plans, please click here.

 

To have your say on the initial proposal options please download the ‘engagement response form’ by clicking here, give us your views and return the form to ian.hopley@redcar-cleveland.gov.uk  by 23 April 2019.

 

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