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Major veterinary hospital for West Longbridge Business Park

Plans have been submitted to construct a major Longbridge veterinary hospital at the former MG Rover West Works site. From the £20m infrastructure investment at the West Longbridge earlier in the year, the first commercial project has now been tabled and it’s being developed by developer St Modwen.

The major Longbridge veterinary hospital will be constructed on a brownfield site at the southern gateway to West Longbridge Business Park.The hospital will venture on research, treatment, diagnostic, laboratory and administrative facility which will have the latest medical tools including the CT and MRI scanners. From the planning approval, building will start on the structure next year with the first animals treated at the hospital in 2023.The plan will also see regeneration of a 3-acre area which acts as a gateway for the broader West Longbridge Business Park.

West Longbridge Business Park is one of a wider rejuvenation of the former MG Rover West Works from a £6 million investment by the WMCA to open the land for development.
Furthermore, the business park investment will lead a new residential neighbourhood of 350 houses also built.

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Veterinary Excellence

The development director for Strategic Land & Regeneration at St Modwen, Elliot Sellars commented that the project is a key first element of West Longbridge and soon will become a real centrepiece for that part of the town. “It also has the power to be a true beacon of veterinary excellence in medicine and treatment.”
St Modwen is leading the long-running regeneration of the town at the previous home of MG Rover following its collapse in 2005 which has already led to new homes, a supermarket, other retail and a hotel constructed.
West Works, which is located at Longbridge Technology Park opposite side, next to the A38, is one of major remaining area still to be rebuilt, with plans for 27 acres of green space while West Longbridge Business Park is predicted to supply 5,000 jobs.

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