Skip to main content

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.

Back to Invest To Growth Sectors

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

All
North Lincolnshire
East Riding
North East Lincolnshire
Hull
North East Lincolnshire North Lincolnshire East Riding of Yorkshire Hull City Council
Available Zone

Able Logistics Park

Size: 290
Area: N. Lincs
Ownership: Able UK
More information

Able Marine Energy Park

Size: 250.9
Area: N. Lincs
Ownership: Able UK
More information

Humberside Airport

Size: 62.5
Area: N. Lincs
Ownership: Humberside Airport
More information
Occupied Zone
Available Zone

Goole 36

Size: 40
Area: Goole
Ownership: HCA
More information

Humber Enterprise Park

Size: 35
Area: M62/A63
Ownership: Citivale
More information

Melton Park

Size: 33
Area: M62/A63
Ownership: St Modwen
More information

Paull

Size: 80.8
Area: ERYC
Ownership: ABP
More information

Capitol Park - Goole

Size: 12
Area: Goole
Ownership: Sterling Capitol

Goole Intermodal Terminal

Size: 11.8
Area: Goole
Ownership: Goole Intermodal Terminal Limited , D B Schenker Limited & The Rivers and Canal trust

Melton West

Size: 22.7
Area: M62/A63
Ownership: Wykeland

Staithes Road

Size: 2
Area: GreenPort
Ownership: F D Bird & Sons Ltd
Occupied Zone
Available Zone

Hobson Way (Abengoa)

Size: 28
Area: SHIIP
Ownership: Abengoa
More information

Humber Gate (Great Coates)

Size: 21
Area: SHIIP
Ownership: London Property and Capital Estates Ltd
More information

Imm-Port, King's Road

Size: 21
Area: SHIIP
Ownership: The Trustees of the Yarborough 1961 Settlement
More information

Stallingborough Interchange

Size: 64
Area: SHIIP
Ownership: Multiple landowners include: Strawson; Borrill; Hoyes; and Moorcroft.
More information

Moody Lane

Size: 45
Area: SHIIP
Ownership: RPM Tioxide

Port of Grimsby 1

Size: 7.4
Area: Port of Grimsby
Ownership: ABP

Port of Grimsby 2

Size: 3.6
Area: Port of Grimsby
Ownership: ABP

Queens Road, Immingham (Magna)

Size: 10
Area: SHIIP
Ownership: Able UK
Occupied Zone
Available Zone

Green Port Hull

Size: 58
Area: GreenPort
Ownership: ABP
More information

Kingston Parklands

Size: 8.9
Area: GreenPort
Ownership: Hull City Council/Willerby Holiday Homes
More information

Q E Dock North

Size: 29.64
Area: Hull East
Ownership: ABP
More information

Rix/Stoneferry

Size: 4.85
Area: River Hull Corridor
Ownership: Rix
More information

Albert Dock

Size: 1.56
Area: Hull Centre
Ownership: ABP

Albion Street

Size: 0.7
Area: Hull Centre
Ownership: Hull City Council

Ashcourt

Size: 2
Area: River Hull Corridor
Ownership: Ashcourt

Benchmark Pods

Size: 1.3
Area: River Hull Corridor
Ownership: Benchmark Pods

Birds Eye

Size: 9.85
Area: Hull West
Ownership: Permira

Bonus

Size: 0.7
Area: Hull Centre
Ownership: Hull City Council

Burma Drive

Size: 3.98
Area: GreenPort
Ownership: Homes and Communities Agency

Elba Street

Size: 1.94
Area: GreenPort
Ownership: Willerby Holiday Homes

Energy Works

Size: 5
Area: River Hull Corridor
Ownership: C Spencer

Former Cavaghan and Gray

Size: 0.89
Area: River Hull Corridor
Ownership: Curtis land and Property

Former LA's site

Size: 0.84
Area: Hull Centre
Ownership: Hull City Council

Former two wheel centre

Size: 1.73
Area: River Hull Corridor
Ownership: Allenby Commercial

Foster Street

Size: 2.966
Area: River Hull Corridor
Ownership: agents Garness Jones

John Street Car park

Size: 0.56
Area: Hull Centre
Ownership: Hull City Council

Keystore

Size: 0.67
Area: GreenPort
Ownership: Keystore

Marfleet Environmental Technology Park

Size: 2.69
Area: GreenPort
Ownership: Various/ Stoneferry estates

Osbourne Street

Size: 1.419
Area: Hull Centre
Ownership: Hull City Council

Pepi's

Size: 0.4
Area: Hull Centre
Ownership: Hull City Council

Priory Park

Size: 6.1
Area: Hull West
Ownership: Henry Boots

Q. Elizabeth Dock Sth

Size: 20.33
Area: GreenPort
Ownership: ABP

Rix and Kingston International Business Park

Size: 8.13
Area: GreenPort
Ownership: J R Rix Ltd

Sammy's Point

Size: 1.5
Area: Hull Centre
Ownership: Hull City Council

Somerden Road

Size: 8
Area: GreenPort
Ownership: Willerby Holiday Homes

St Marks Street

Size: 1.13
Area: River Hull Corridor
Ownership: Northern Gas networks

Valletta Street

Size: 3.24
Area: GreenPort
Ownership: Willerby Holiday Homes

Wyke Works

Size: 2
Area: GreenPort
Ownership: Hullcc/Wykeland
Occupied Zone
We are the UK’s busiest port complex.

We are the UK’s busiest port complex.

The Humber is ideally located in the UK’s mid-point, 200 miles from London, Edinburgh and Rotterdam.

The Humber is ideally located in the UK’s mid-point, 200 miles from London, Edinburgh and Rotterdam.

The Humber has the largest amount of development land in the UK with close proximity to the ports.

The Humber has the largest amount of development land in the UK with close proximity to the ports

40 million people and 75% of UK manufacturing are within a 4 hour drive of the Humber.

40 million people and 75% of UK manufacturing are within a 4 hour drive of the Humber.

Proximity and strong connectivity to mainland Europe means 320 million consumers can be reached within 24 hours.

Proximity and strong connectivity to mainland Europe means 320 million consumers can be reached within 24 hours.

×

I want to...

01482 485260