Both the county council and Costain (our construction partner), recognise the impact construction will have on the local community and we are committed to continuuing to build strong links with local residents, businesses and community groups. We will work in line with the codes set out by the Considerate Constructors scheme.

We will work together to keep you updated and Costain will hold regular meetings and events to give you an opportunity to raise any questions or concerns. Costain will also be proudly supporting local initiatives.

If you have any questions you can contact us or come to our visitor centre to find out more.

New Park and Ride opens on Friday with free parking

Lancaster's new park and ride at junction 34 of the M6 is opening on Friday 9 December.

Bay Gateway - archaeology

Five sites were excavated along the route of the new Bay Gateway, revealing human activity dating from the Stone Age to the nineteenth century. Two of these sites, found in the valley of the Howgill Brook in the Beaumont area of Lancaster, proved to be highly significant.

Bay Gateway Welly Walk - October 2016

Lancashire County Council and Costain have teamed up with St John’s Hospice in Lancaster to organise a community walk along the route of the link road.

Newsletter - Issue 10 - Another successful year

This year over £3000 in cash has been awarded to community groups from the Costain H2M6 Community Fund.

Visitor Centre to relocate in February 2016

From the 1st of February 2016 the Visitor Centre is relocating to our main site offices on Halton Road. The buildings on the former Broadoak site off Torrisholme Road are to be demolished and the land is to be landscaped as part of the scheme.