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IM Properties’ Mercia Park is a high-quality 238-acre employment park being created at Junction 11 of the M42 which includes a new 2.94 million sq ft global parts logistics centre for Jaguar Land Rover and a 450,000 sq ft sustainable logistics hub for freight forwarder DSV and is estimated over the long term to support up to 3400 jobs. To coincide with this development, IM Properties set up the £350,000 Mercia Park Community Fund to have a positive social value impact on the communities surrounding its scheme.

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IM Properties’ Mercia Park is a high-quality 238-acre employment park being created at Junction 11 of the M42 which includes a new 2.94 million sq ft global parts logistics centre for Jaguar Land Rover and a 450,000 sq ft sustainable logistics hub for freight forwarder DSV and is estimated over the long term to support up to 3400 jobs. To coincide with this development, IM Properties set up the £350,000 Mercia Park Community Fund to have a positive social value impact on the communities surrounding its scheme.

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IM Properties’ Mercia Park is a high-quality 238-acre employment park being created at Junction 11 of the M42 which includes a new 2.94 million sq ft global parts logistics centre for Jaguar Land Rover and a 450,000 sq ft sustainable logistics hub for freight forwarder DSV and is estimated over the long term to support up to 3400 jobs. To coincide with this development, IM Properties set up the £350,000 Mercia Park Community Fund to have a positive social value impact on the communities surrounding its scheme.

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Kerry Amory, social value manager at IM Properties catches up with a local charity, Cherished, and learns how the pain of one woman’s experiences helped change other people’s lives for the better and resulted in a nomination for a Pride of Britain award.

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Birmingham and the Midlands are to gain a major jobs boost following the start on site of one of the UK’s most significant new sustainable manufacturing and logistics schemes, delivering £355.5 million of economic value (GVA) when fully operational.

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