New images illustrating what a planned £100 million Wiltshire factory will look like have been revealed.

Last month Siemens Mobility lodged plans to build a new factory, digital engineering, and research and design facility at Southpoint Business Park on the edge of Chippenham.

As part of the planning process, Siemens and its architect AHR have submitted several images showing what the proposed new site could look like.

The development of the business park, located just off the A350 to the south of the town, would replace Siemens’ current site at Langley Park by 2026 if approved.

The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald: The planned new Siemens facility in ChippenhamThe planned new Siemens facility in Chippenham (Image: Siemens Mobility)

The scheme is described as a “cutting-edge” new facility that would kickstart the firm’s future expansion plans in Chippenham.

A manufacturing and production space, new offices, laboratories, testing areas, and warehouses are all proposed as part of the plans and would initially house 800 employees.

The design of the scheme includes a concourse that would link different parts of the operation and bring staff together, acting as “the heart of the building.”

Siemens wants to make the space an “attractive” place to work and plans to create a canteen and restaurant, walking and picnic areas, and changing facilities for staff.

A consultation on the scheme will run until May 9.