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Center Parcs completes planning process for fifth site at Woburn

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Center Parcs completes planning process for fifth site at Woburn
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Center Parcs is delighted to announce that it has received Reserved Matters approval from Central Bedfordshire Council, for the development of its fifth forest holiday village in Woburn, Bedfordshire.

This represents final approval of the detailed designs of buildings and landscape as well as local sourcing, employment strategies and green travel plan. The next stage of the project will be the construction of a new roundabout at Millbrook (procurement for which will commence in early 2011), as well as the diversion of the public rights of way that cross the site.

Martin Dalby, Center Parcs’ Chief Executive, said: “This approval is another key milestone in our project and we would like to thank Central Bedfordshire Council for their continued support and cooperation over the last year. We will now focus our attention on creating a new roundabout at Millbrook to allow a much safer flow of traffic in the area. Once the roundabout has been completed, and public rights of way have been diverted, we will be able start construction on site".