The sheer size of the Humber Enterprise Zone (EZ), being the largest in the UK, is exceeded only by the scale of the opportunity here. As the UK’s Energy Estuary, the sense of optimism and momentum within the region is palpable. The Humber EZ is a major asset and supports growth in ports, logistics and renewables as well as the region’s ambition to become a leading national and international centre for energy.
The Humber EZ comprises of more than 40 sites, within individual locations of up to 290ha, located close to four main ports: Goole, Grimsby, Hull and Immingham. In addition, there are several deep water quays, rail and motorways on both banks of the Humber estuary. By 2020, our ports will be within 12 hours sailing of 80 per cent of the UK’s largest offshore windfarms and 60 per cent of the European market.
Space To Grow
Deep water ports - development sites adjacent to Able Marine Energy Park, Paull & Q E Dock at the port of Hull.
Humberside Airport - development land available at the one of the UK’s busiest Heliports serving the offshore wind, oil and gas industries
Goole - the UK’s furthest inland port and centre for distribution
Grimsby and Immingham - sites available adjacent to the UK’s busiest port by cargo tonnage sites
Hull - UK City of Culture 2017 - vibrant and affordable city centre sites available
The Port of Grimsby - offering opportunities for the offshore wind industry with a dedicated Operations and Maintenance Centre