Expansion at luxury car firm helps nearby school

Members of the Rolls-Royce Motor Cars board of directors with pupils from March CE Primary School  From left to right: Frank Ludwig (director of manufacturing), Richard Carter (director of global communications), Torsten M�ller-�tv�s (chief executive officer) and Juergen Brzank (director of finance)
Members of the Rolls-Royce Motor Cars board of directors with pupils from March CE Primary School From left to right: Frank Ludwig (director of manufacturing), Richard Carter (director of global communications), Torsten M�ller-�tv�s (chief executive officer) and Juergen Brzank (director of finance)

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LUXURY car firm Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has started construction of a new gated parking area that will create 500 spaces and a drop off area for the nearby primary school.

The development, taking place on land adjacent to the manufacturing plant and head office in Chichester, includes a dedicated 40-space car park for The March CE Primary School.

The school car park also incorporates a new road crossing, also funded by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.

Torsten Müller-Ötvös, CEO Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, said: ‘We have taken the opportunity to incorporate a dedicated car park for our local school – but this was not a planning condition, it was our own initiative.

‘It demonstrates our desire to promote child safety and also to be a good neighbour and member of the local community.’

The development is due to be completed by the end of this year.