Westmorland, the family-owned company behind an award winning eco-friendly motorway service station in Cumbria that features a farm shop and homecooked meals, is to develop a second site. Plans for a site between junction 11a and 12 on the M5 in Gloucestershire will follow the same formula of the company’s original Tebay Services that opened in 1972. So, instead of McDonald’s and Burger King - the new £35m planned site features a farm shop, a duck pond and the developer has claimed that 70% of its meat, dairy eggs and bakery products will be sourced from its local vicinity within the Cotswolds. Car parks will also feature charging points for electric cars, the services will have a grass roof and staff will be bussed in to avoid car journeys. Sarah Dunning, the chief executive of Westmorland, said: “In Britain we are reliant on road transport so we have to provide service stations. We don't feel responsible for that. “But we can say to ourselves what kind of experience do we want to create. We don’t have franchises so instead of a Kentucky Fried Chicken and Marks & Spencer, we have cafes with home-made food. "Whatever there is a lot of in Gloucestershire there will be a lot of on the menu. Everything will be fresh and made on the site. In the sandwiches it will be local goat’s cheese, not of unknown origin, with artisan chutney in there as well.”