The firm has submitted a hybrid planning application for the WestonM6 scheme. It is seeking detailed approval for the first phase, which will include three logistics and warehousing buildings totalling approximately 750,000 sq ft.
Approval is also being sought to bring forward landscaping including a 3km active walking trail and a wildlife ‘pocket’ park.
Spread out across 64 acres, the scheme will create up to 165 jobs during the construction phase and generate an additional £3.4m in business rates.
Alan McBride, projects director at Muse, said: “At WestonM6, we’ve worked hard to design a sustainable place that complements the existing neighbourhood being created, unlocks vast areas of greenery, to promote a healthy lifestyle, but importantly attracts significant inward investment and meets the demand for new jobs in the town.”
WestonM6 is being brought forward by Muse in partnership with landowners, The Witter Trust and the Co-Operative.