Arla Foods gets planning consent for Hatfield site

Hatfield, UK: Arla Foods has been granted permission to build a 21,886sq metre distribution centre at Hatfield Business Park.

PCL Transport, which has worked in partnership with Arla for more than 10 years, will move from Hoddesdon .
Arla re-engineered a noise attenuation bund on the boundary of Hatfield Avenue and provided additional acoustic screening in order to meet noise concerns about the site.

The centre is expected to be operational by the second quarter of 2013.

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