Work to begin on M5 Gloucester service station

An artist's impression of the proposed Gloucestershire Gateway Services on the M5 Gloucestershire Gateway Trust said the project will create hundreds of local jobs

Building work is to begin on a £40m service station on the M5 in Gloucestershire.

The services, which are being built in a partnership between Westmorland Ltd and Gloucestershire Gateway Trust, will be located at Ongers Farm, between junctions 11a and 12 at Brookthorpe.

A Gloucestershire Gateway Trust spokesman said work beginning is "an exciting moment" for the company.

The northbound services will be built first and will be open by summer 2014.

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