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In addition to the public safety benefits, can also deliver significant benefits for the local area

Extra believes that it should not only be Motorway Users who benefit from a MSA, but also those local communities who host them.


Extra have taken on board and reflected on the issues raised in relation to the previous site on the west side the MSA. The main proposal is now on the eastern side of the M25. The design approach has also continued to evolve particularly in response to the local landscape context.

Extra has recently opened a new MSA in Leeds (Leeds Skelton Lake Services). As part of this development, Extra worked with Leeds City Council, local wildlife groups and the RSPB to provide a Visitor Centre which aided the promotion of the nearby 1000 acre RSPB nature reserve.

Further Information
The Public Safety Role of MSAs

A significant public safety risk exists on the Western M25

Future Emissions Reduction Measures

Supporting the roll out of zero emissions vehicles - addressing the challenges of recharging anxiety' on the Motorway network

Extra & Their Approach

Considering any new site holistically, taking account of all aspects of development

A Significant Public Safety Need

A matter of urgency if fatigue related accidents are to be reduced

M25, Junction 16-17

Finding a suitable location.

Extra has undertaken an extensive search of potential

Working with the Local Community

Significant social and environmental benefits for the local area

Where is the Safety Risk on the M25?

A new MSA located between Junctions 16 and 17 would fill the largest number of safety gaps

Chiltern Chalfont Services

Extra has identified a site of under 40 hectares which focuses on the eastern side of the Motorway between Junctions 16 and 17

Economic Benefits

£1.8 million in annual rates; 310 permanent jobs

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