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Cracknore Kilbride and its subsidiaries have and continue to produce new and innovative solutions to corporate and community infrastructure and energy requirements. Here are a selection of the completed projects and new features generated from our work in the sectors.

West Midlands Interchange

Development Consent Order application to be examined by Planning Inspectorate

Kilbride is promoting a new Strategic Rail freight development of approximately 8m square feet of B8 logistics warehousing and a 775m intermodal rail terminal through its joint venture, Four Ashes Limited (FAL), with Grosvenor Group and local landowner Piers Monckton. Following three consultation processes, Four Ashes Ltd (FAL) submitted an application for a Development Consent Order (DCO), for the West Midlands Interchange (WMI), a proposed new strategic rail freight interchange (SRFI) in South Staffordshire which is to be examined by the Planning Inspectorate (PINS).

Public’s view sought on West Midlands Interchange

Four Ashes Limited has launched a public consultation on its plans to build a major new strategic rail freight interchange (SRFI) to serve South Staffordshire and the West Midlands. The project is being led by Kilbride. Consultation on early design options for the scheme starts on Monday June 13 and will run until Sunday July 24. Four Ashes Limited is encouraging interested members of the public and businesses to have their say at this early stage in the project’s development. A number of public exhibitions are scheduled, where people can look at plans and documents and discuss the project first hand with members of the project design team.

Proposed Development at Callington Road, Tavistock

Bovis Homes and Kilbride delighted by planning approval.

Alternative Route to the Dawlish Line

The recent closure of the rail line at Dawlish in Devon has highlighted again the fragility of the rail connections for passengers and freight to Cornwall and South Devon from Exeter.

Tavistock-Bere Alston Rail Reinstatement Scheme

Update on progress on the 50th Anniversary of the Beeching Report

Bere Alston to Tavistock Rail Line

Letter to the Tavistock Times Gazette 7th March 2013

Bere Alston to Tavistock Rail Line

Core Strategy adopted and Bovis Homes signed up for 750 unit development

Kilbride Announces the Management Buyout

Kilbride Group Announcement 28th October 2009 For release on Friday 30th October 2009

Rail Minister opens Kilbride Group´s Rail Terminal at Swindon Keypoint

Announcement, 28th October 2008

Plans for trains to Tavistock move further down the line

Joint Press Release - Devon County Council and Kilbride

RPS Bristol secures backing for Tavistock expansion proposal

By David Callaghan, Planning