Didcot warehouse to create 3,000 jobs

Artist's impression of Sutton Courtenay warehouse The new distribution centre would include parking for about 300 HGVs

Thousands of jobs could be created in Oxfordshire under plans to build a new distribution centre.

Developers have submitted initial proposals for a warehouse on land close to Didcot power station.

If approved, the centre off Sutton Courtenay Lane, is expected to operate 24-hours-a day, seven-days-a-week, and create up to 3,000 posts.

The storage space and offices would include parking for 300 HGVs and almost 700 car parking spaces.

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