Plans have been confirmed for a new world leading research centre at Ansty Park in Rugby, which hope to revive the region's manufacturing industry.
Government and industry leaders gave the go ahead to the 130 million pound Manufacturing and Technology Centre last week, ensuring the creation of 150 skilled jobs in Rugby and beyond.
Manufacturing experts predict that the centre will also boost revenue for smaller businesses in Rugby and across the region who supply the manufacturing industry.
Steve Holland, Head of Asset Management at Advantage West Midlands, said: “The new planning permission is great news for Ansty Park. The development will become one of the most centrally located research and development parks in the country, offering a golden opportunity for the region to secure its future at the forefront of research & development.”
Further information on the plans can be found at the Advantage West Midlands website.
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