FPCR are delighted that a new junction on the A50 and connecting link road to Infinity Park Way, on the south side of Derby, has been recently recommended for approval by Derby City Council.
Working on behalf of Derby County Council, FPCR’s Ecology, Arboriculture and Landscape Teams provided technical advice and a number of environmental reports for this sensitive scheme. In addition to the extensive ecological surveys and assessment and Landscape and Visual assessment work as part of the application’s Environmental Statement, FPCR collaborated with the drainage engineers to develop a Green Infrastructure Strategy that will bring significant environmental benefit and substantial Biodiversity Net Gain. The proposals will compliment and build on the valuable habitats already present in the Sinfin Moor Park Local Nature Reserve.
The new A50 junction and link road to Infinity Park Way is a key piece of infrastructure, unlocking a substantial area of land allocated for employment and housing proposed as part of Infinity Garden Village (one of the Government’s garden villages) and the planned strategic growth at the south of Derby.