Glenn Howells Architects Wins Planning Consent for UK Station

12 August 2010 (Last Updated August 12th, 2010 18:30)

UK practice Glenn Howells Architects has won planning consent for the Gloucester Gateway service station project in the UK. The £30m ($47.3m) scheme, which has been approved by Stroud District Council, will feature low-energy buildings built into the landscape. The site, to be

UK practice Glenn Howells Architects has won planning consent for the Gloucester Gateway service station project in the UK.

The £30m ($47.3m) scheme, which has been approved by Stroud District Council, will feature low-energy buildings built into the landscape.

The site, to be known as Gloucestershire Gateway, lies between junctions 11a and 12 of the M5.

The service station's sustainable features include rainwater harvesting and recycling of catering waste, according to bdonline.co.uk.