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Goole Intermodal Terminal

This project draws together the town’s existing rail, sea, motorway and inland waterway links into one site, providing an integrated transport facility for business.  This will shorten the timescale and therefore reduce the cost of moving goods, creating the potential for new direct freight links to Leeds (Stourton) via the Aire & Calder Navigation and transhipment of steel to the West Midlands.

Humber Enterprise Zone: Able Logistics Park

April 1, 2016

This site is part of the Humber Enterprise Zone and offers support and incentives for investors.

Site Size: 290ha

Land ownership: Able UK.

Planning status: Land is allocated for B1 Business/Light Industrial, B2 General Industry, B8 Storage and Distribution, Estuary related

Offer: Currently a greenfield site, the land will be sequentially developed through various planned phases to develop the site masterplan enabling the site to be occupied at the earliest opportunity to support the renewables sector. Initially the road and utility infrastructure will allow access into the site and the development of the business park and extensive warehousing (approx 1,700,000m2) alongside external storage and transport depots.

Current businesses: Able UK

Humber Enterprise Zone: Able Marine Energy Park

This site is part of the Humber Enterprise Zone and offers support and incentives for investors.

Site Size: 250.9ha

Land ownership: Able UK.

Planning status: Land is allocated for B1 Business/Light Industrial, B2 General Industry, B8 Storage and Distribution, Estuary related

Offer: Currently a greenfield site the AMEP site will provide the UK with a unique super-site capable of attracting an offshore cluster of international companies to produce wind turbines, components and foundations together with a purpose built base for their deployment.The state of the art development will provide 1,279metres of quayside facilities purpose built for the manufacture, assembly and deployment of offshore renewable technologies.

Current businesses: Able UK

Humber Enterprise Zone: Goole 36

April 1, 0016

This site is part of the Humber Enterprise Zone and offers support and incentives for investors.

Site Size: 40ha

Land ownership: Homes and Communities Agency.

Planning status: Outline Planning Permission in place – Mixed B1, B2 and B8 employment development, Hotel, Class A3, A4 and A5 facilities.

Offer: Goole 36 provides one of Yorkshire’s largest and most high profile industrial / distribution site(s) comprising in total circa 100 acres (40 hectares) of prime development land. Goole 36 provides oven ready and non-developer tied land from approximately 0.5 hectares up to the largest single plot of circa 19 hectares and therefore able to accommodate buildings up to 1m sq.ft.

Current businesses: Already home to Tesco Distribution Centre, Guardian Industries and Drax Biomass. Other high profile companies located in the immediate vicinity include ICI Paints, Kerfoot Group & Elite Office Furniture.

Humber Enterprise Zone: Green Port Hull, Alexandra Dock

This site is part of the Humber Enterprise Zone and offers support and incentives for investors.

Site size: 58ha

Land ownership: Associated British Ports.

Planning status: Planning consent is granted for B1,B2 and B8 uses

Offer: The site is the location for Siemens offshore wind operations, which includes a blade manufacturing plant and a turbine assembly facility.

Current businesses: The site is home to Siemens turbine assembly facility and blade  manufacturing factory.

Humber Enterprise Zone: Hobson Way

April 1, 0016

This site is part of the Humber Enterprise Zone and offers support and incentives for investors.

Site size: 21ha

Land ownership: Abengoa.

Planning status: Planning consent recently lapsed for Bio Fuel Plant, but there is a proposed allocation in the Pre- Submission Draft Local Plan for mixed use, B1, B2 and B8 employment development.

Offer: Hobson Way is a major strategic greenfield site available as a whole, although also capable of being split into smaller plots. It offers an opportunity to purchase a large freehold site with good access to the Ports of Grimsby and Immingham, roads and utilities.

Current businesses: There are numerous high profile companies located in the vicinity, including Centrica, RWE, BOC and Cristal Global.

Humber Enterprise Zone: Humber Enterprise Park

This site is part of the Humber Enterprise Zone and offers support and incentives for investors.

Site Size: 35ha

Land ownership: Citivale.

Planning status: B1, B2 & B8 uses permitted.

Offer: The site has a history of advanced engineering and manufacturing. BAE still operate their centre of excellence for structural and dynamic testing, employing 900 people on the site. The site offers a range of high quality accommodation ranging from large industrial & office units to flexible development plots.

Current businesses: Already home to companies such as BAE Systems, Blackcat Group, Cablescan, Cystal Brew Ales, RexRob Engineering, Howdens Joinery, Sewell

Humber Enterprise Zone: Humberside Airport

April 1, 0016

This site is part of the Humber Enterprise Zone and offers support and incentives for investors.

Site size: 62.5ha

Land ownership: Humberside Airport.

Planning status: Land is allocated for B1 Business/Light Industrial, B8 Storage and Distribution

Offer: Humberside International Airport is a key strategic site in the Humber, employing over 1000 people on site and home to more than 30 companies. The site is home to one of the UK’s busiest heliports, supporting the offshore gas and renewable wind sector, and is a hub for British Airways, Eastern Airways and KLM.  Demand analysis indicates a requirement for additional business park opportunities.

Current businesses: Already home to BAE Systems, Hampton by Hilton, Nightel, Bond, Eastern Airways, Henderson Insurance Brokers, Agrimin.

Humber Enterprise Zone: Imm-Port, Kings Road

April 1, 0016

This site is part of the Humber Enterprise Zone and offers support and incentives for investors.

Site size: 21ha

Land ownership: The Trustees of the Yarborough 1961 Settlement.

Planning status: Planning Permission grants consent for 74,320 sq.m. for B1, B2 and B8 employment development.

Offer: Imm-Port presents a unique opportunity to unlock valuable private sector off-port land for optimum utilisation from growing businesses in logistics and allied services which have a strong affinity with the Humber Estuary, ports and established supply chains. Infrastructure works to put in place power, utilities, offsite highways’ access and on-site access roads, have commenced.

Current businesses: Other high profile companies located in the vicinity include ENGIE

Humber Enterprise Zone: Kingston Parklands

This site is part of the Humber Enterprise Zone and offers support and incentives for investors.

Site Size: 4ha

Land ownership/Agent: PPH Chartered surveyors.

Planning status: The site has an outline planning consent for B1, B2 and B8 uses.

Offer: Kingston Parklands is a cleared site immediately opposite Alexandra Dock.

Current businesses: Current businesses in the immediate proximity include: Willerby Holiday Homes, Kingspan, Fenners, ABP.

Humber Enterprise Zone: Melton Park

April 1, 0016

This site is part of the Humber Enterprise Zone and offers support and incentives for investors.

Site Size: 22.7ha

Land ownership: Wykeland.

Planning status: B1, B2, & B8 uses permitted Offer: Melton offers two strategically located high quality business parks (Melton Park and Melton West) that provide the opportunity for flexible design and construction packages for warehouse, office and industrial uses set within an attractive environment.

Current businesses: Already home to companies such as Heron, Paragon, Allam Marine, House of Townend, Kohler Mira, Needlers Safety, ERYC Supplies, Bluestorm Media, Norman Walker, and Claughtons Office Supplies.

Humber Enterprise Zone: Melton West Business Park

April 1, 0016

Part of the Humber Enterprise Zone.

Site Size: 33ha

Land ownership: Melton Park – St Modwen

Planning status: B1, B2, & B8 uses permitted Offer: Melton offers two strategically located high quality business parks (Melton Park and Melton West) that provide the opportunity for flexible design and construction packages for warehouse, office and industrial uses set within an attractive environment.

Current businesses: Already home to companies such as Heron, Paragon, Allam Marine, House of Townend, Kohler Mira, Needlers Safety, ERYC Supplies, Bluestorm Media, Norman Walker, and Claughtons Office Supplies.

Humber Enterprise Zone: Paull

This site is part of the Humber Enterprise Zone and offers support and incentives for investors.

Site Size: 80ha

Land ownership: Associated British Ports.

Planning status: B1, B2, & B8 uses permitted. This site is subject to the Paull Local Development Order which grants outline planning permission for development that is associated with renewable and low-carbon industries.

Offer: The site provides 80ha of industrial development land with a prime river frontage which has been earmarked for development as part of Green Port Hull. An ideal location for tier one suppliers looking for major manufacturing sites in close proximity to Alexandra Dock with a secure road corridor that will link the site to the rest of the port estate.

Current businesses: Site lies adjacent to Saltend Chemicals Park which is home to BP,  Nippon Gohsei, Ineos and Vivergo Fuels.

Humber Enterprise Zone: Queen Elizabeth Dock North

April 1, 0016

This site is part of the Humber Enterprise Zone and offers support and incentives for investors.

 

Sit size: 29.6ha

Land ownership:Associated British Ports.

Planning status: The site is subject to a Local Development Order, effectively providing outline planning consent for appropriate developments.

Offer: Q E Dock provides a large cleared site in a high profile location within the Port of Hull. The site is ideally suited for port related uses.

Current businesses: Current businesses within the Port complex include: Siemens, ABP, P & O and AAK.

Humber Enterprise Zone: Rix Stoneferry

April 1, 0016

This site is part of the Humber Enterprise Zone and offers support and incentives for investors.

Site Size: 4.85ha

Land ownership/Agent: Garness Jones.

Planning status: The site is allocated for employment uses within the emerging local plan.

Offer: Various plots are available ranging in sizes from 0.15 hectares to 4.85 hectares. The majority of the site benefits from concrete hard standing and multiple routes for access. Some parts of the site are made up of compacted hardcore. The site is enclosed and secure. There is the option to create self contained sites (subject to a minimum site area) to suit specific requirements.

Current businesses: Current businesses in the immediate proximity include: Sewells, Cranswick Foods, Spencer Group and RB.

Humber Enterprise Zone: Stallingborough

April 1, 0016

This site is part of the Humber Enterprise Zone and offers support and incentives for investors.

Site size: 64ha

Land ownership: The site is being promoted and delivered by North East Lincolnshire Council supported by landowners.

Planning status: Planning application to be submitted September 2016 for B1, B2 and B8 employment development.

Offer: Stallingborough is a greenfield site offering prime industrial development opportunities with excellent access to the port and A180. Ideally suited to logistics/distribution-based development linked to increases in containerised freight volumes at the port of Immingham or to manufacturing businesses.

Current businesses: Novartis, Cristal Global, Morrisons and AIS Training, which is based at the CATCH facility, are located nearby.

Paull Phase 1 and 2 Employment Site

The Paull sites constitute the last remaining large scale expansion land for the Port of Hull.  Phase 1 (80ha) is part of the Humber Enterprise Zone.  The project overcomes the abnormal infrastructure costs associated with the site which have deterred interested potential occupiers.  The works include site access, haul road, utilities, surface water attenuation, noise barrier and fencing.

Stallingborough Strategic Employment Site

July 31, 2018 - October 4, 2020

The Stallingborough Strategic Employment Site, part of the Humber Enterprise Zone, is close to the Port of Immingham and adjacent to the A180. It is ideal for logistics sector development to support further growth in containerised freight volumes. This project will ensure the delivery of on-site infrastructure and overcome the acute shortage of high quality, serviced employment land in the area.

World Class Environment: World Class Industry

April 1, 2016 - June 30, 2019

The project is a strategic approach to environmental mitigation and economic development in the South Humber Bank (SHB).  The project will create mitigation land and thereby protect the environment whilst also building investor confidence in the local area.

A Natura 2000 site, the Humber supports birds, estuarine habitat and a rich variety of fauna. Its protection is critical to biodiversity and the wellbeing of surrounding communities.

The SHB is key to the Humber economy. Home to the UK’s largest Ports complex (Immingham & Grimsby), significant Oil refining capacity and developments in Renewables, SHB has scope for large-scale economic growth.

News

LEP welcomes Grimsby Town Deal announcement

July 9, 2018

Over 8,800 new jobs and nearly 10,000 new homes will be delivered in Greater Grimsby thanks to a new, ground-breaking Stage 1 Town Deal worth £67 million, the government announced 5th July 2018.

Local Growth Minister, Jake Berry MP and Business Minister, Lord Henley, unveiled the new Stage 1 Town Deal partnership with the Greater Grimsby Project Board while visiting the Marine Operating Centre in Grimsby and seeing first-hand some of the transformative projects the Deal will help deliver.

The Stage 1

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Lord Haskins takes tour of Ron Dearing UTC and Energy Works

August 8, 2017

Lord Haskins (left) takes a tour of the £200m Energy Works power plant currently under construction in Hull.

Lord Haskins, Chair of Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) was part of a special access visit hosted by Spencer Group to Ron Dearing UTC and Energy Works, two of Hull’s most significant developments.

Those in attendance alongside Lord Haskins included Alan Johnson, former Hull West and Hessle MP, who championed the cause of establishing Hull’s first UTC, Finbarr Dowling, former Hull Project Director for another UTC Founding

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Annual Review 2016-17: Upgrade plan announced for major Hull route

July 20, 2017

A major route through Hull is set to receive an upgrade after £7.5m funding was allocated by the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP).

LEP Chair Lord Haskins announced at the partnership’s AGM this morning that the LEP had decided to allocate the funding to Hull City Council’s proposal for the Stoneferry Road corridor in order to support continued economic growth.

The funding, from the Local Growth Fund, will support the development and delivery of an integrated transport scheme for Stoneferry Road that

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Yorkshire Post Humber LEP column: Humber LEP Zoning in on Humber investment sites

April 5, 2016

For sale – 1,500 football pitches, or 1,820 Rugby League pitches as they might like to say in our region’s city Hull.

Well that’s the challenge – to market and help unlock the equivalent employment land in the Humber located next to ports, motorway routes and rail as part of my role on the Humber LEP’s Investment and Regulation Board. The region’s strong advantages of connectivity to the UK and Europe presents a vital opportunity for new businesses moving to the Humber.

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Humber LEP Yorkshire Post article: LEP’s role grows ever more crucial to help drive growth

December 8, 2015

As the devolution debate continues it is essential we do not lose the momentum or focus on growing the Humber economy.

Which is why we are pleased to welcome the significant extension to our Enterprise Zone, and our contribution (subject to EU funds) to the £400m Northern Powerhouse that will benefit small businesses through an investment fund, set out by the Chancellor in the Spending Review and Autumn Statement.

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Humber Enterprise Zone to more than double following Spending Review

November 26, 2015

The Humber Enterprise Zone, already the UK’s largest enterprise zone (EZ), is to more than double in size, expanding to include additional employment land in all four areas of the region following a successful bid by the Humber LEP and local authorities.

The Chancellor set out in the Spending Review and Autumn Statement the creation of 26 new or extended Enterprise Zones.

The Humber LEP worked with its local authority partners, and in consultation with neighbouring LEPs, to identify packages of land

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