The company has submitted a proposal to expand an existing 312,550 acre unit called ‘DC4’ by a further 163,965 acres, to help satisfy its growing need for storage and distribution facilities.
JLR’s documents submitted with the proposal say: ‘Applying accepted employment ratios, the development could provide up to 50 jobs on the site, with more supported elsewhere.’
The warehouse is just a few minutes from JLR’s Castle Bromwich plant, which currently manufactures Jaguars (and formerly MkII Spitfires from 1939).
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Source: Birmingham Post