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Morgan Sindall wins £60m service station deal

Morgan Sindall has announced it has won a £60m contract to build a new service station in Yorkshire.

The contractor was appointed by Extra MSA Group to construct the main buildings at a new services at J45 of the M1 near Leeds.

Morgan Sindall is tasked with building a food court, a 100-bedroom hotel and parking areas.

Work is expected to begin on the scheme this autumn, with the deadline for completion scheduled for summer next year.

The firm said that around 400 jobs would be created during the construction phase.

Morgan Sindall managing director for the North Barry Roberts said: “We are really excited about working with Extra to deliver this phase of the project, realising the vision that has been set out by our customer.

“This is a major investment for the region and we will do everything we can to support and work closely with Extra to create jobs and offer opportunities to local people and companies during the construction works.”

Last month, Morgan Sindall was named by mayor of London Sadiq Khan as one of the 29 developers, housing associations and contractors on the new London Development Panel (LDP2) created to enable sites to be brought forward for housing developments.

The business also recruited William Hill non-executive director David Lowden to join its board.

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  • Built in 6-8 months. Not a chance. More hope of Spurs opening their stadium.

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