William Gilder has received planning permission to build an overnight truckstop in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire.
The waste and agricultural haulier has said that he expects the work to be completed within the next six to 12 months, however construction has not yet begun on the 50 space truckstop.
“We have made a few preliminary measures, but have not yet started work,” said William Gilder.
The truckstop will include toilets, showers, a dining area, security hut and parking.
Planners in Tewkesbury Borough Council said they recognised the need for a safe place for drivers to rest in the area and therefore supported the development.
William Gilder is licenced to run 40 vehicles out of his site in Toddington, near the planned truckstop.