Eon accuses Martin Lewis of ‘bringing Britain down’ when website crashes

Good news for all the long-suffering freeway dwellers; Tebay has submitted plans to open a new site right here in Greater Manchester.

If the plans for the project Taton Services are approved, a luxury farmhouse style service station will be built near junctions seven and eight on the M56, near Altrincham and Manchester Airport.

Excitingly, the mastermind behind the upcoming Tatton services is family business Westmorland, which owns and operates Tebay service stations.

These stations are widely regarded as some of the best gas stations in the entire country, so we can expect some really big things from the upcoming M56 project.


The new venture, resulting from a partnership with Tatton Group, aims to build a sustainability-focused rest stop for travellers, with a promise to use local produce, prepare all its food at home and from zero and not to send waste to a landfill.

The plans submitted, as detailed by Place North West, detail approximately 655 parking spaces, including fifty-four electric charging points and room for HGVs, coaches, caravans and motorbikes.

Each customer will be able to obtain their preferred fuel from the programme’s “fuel barn”, which will be adaptable so that traditional fuel offers can be reduced and electric vehicle charging points can eventually be added.

And for those struggling to stay awake behind the wheel after a long drive, there will also be a hotel offering 100 rooms for a good night’s kip.


Water-efficient showerheads, toilets, fittings and fixtures would also be installed in the buildings.

Westmorland and Tatton Group estimate that Tatton Services would receive more than 4 million customers each year.

The Tatton Services website states: “The intention of Tatton Services is to champion our locality, creating a beacon of quality and individuality for our customers and bringing local benefits to local people, as well as food producers. local.

“By embracing the positive changes happening in our industry, this project has sustainability at its heart.”

Comments are closed.