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Thames Enterprise Park will be a sustainable ‘next generation’ manufacturing, logistics & energy hub.

Located on the banks of the River Thames in Thurrock, we aim to become the prime site in London and the South East for sustainable and specialist industries, complementing the region’s already flourishing logistics market and contributing to the UK’s transition to net zero.


Creating a sustainable ‘next generation’ manufacturing, logistics & energy hub, contributing to the UK’s transition to net zero.

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About Thames Enterprise Park

Thames Enterprise Park is a billion-pound regeneration reinventing the former Coryton Oil Refinery site into a major economic centre for sustainable and specialist industries.

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The Scheme

Across 412 acres, Thames Enterprise Park will provide an opportunity for over 3.7 million sq. ft of development space for manufacturing, logistics and energy operations.

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Local Benefits

Thames Enterprise Park will revitalise what was once a major employment site, bringing jobs and economic life back to this important industrial area of Thurrock.

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Commercial Opportunities

Situated in the Thames Estuary, next to the M25 and the Greater London market, Thames Enterprise Park has unrivalled intermodal access to road, river and rail networks.

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Latest News

Thames Enterprise Park welcomes Mayor of Thurrock to mark regeneration milestone

The Mayor of Thurrock, Councillor Sue Little, visited Thames Enterprise Park (Tuesday 6 February) to mark the start of another phase of deconstruction work as regeneration progresses on the site of the former Coryton Oil Refinery. When complete, Thames Enterprise...
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Deconstruction of old oil tank storage facilities begins at Thames Enterprise Park

The redevelopment of the former Coryton Refinery into Thames Enterprise Park is progressing with another 34 previously used oil storage tanks now being taken down as part of the site clearance and preparation work required for development. Previously there had...
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Thames Enterprise Park hosts visit by Leader and Mayor

The Leader of Thurrock Council, Councillor Andrew Jefferies, and Mayor, Councillor Sue Little, visited Thames Enterprise Park (19 October) to see the scale of the opportunity and the potential for transformation at one of Thurrock’s key growth locations.Councillor Andrew Jefferies,...
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Welcoming the Government’s green light for Thames Freeport

Thames Enterprise Park (TEP) has welcomed the Government’s green light for Thames Freeport and its confirmation of £25 million in initial funding to drive development and accelerate the delivery of the Freeport’s benefits and potential. As a ‘Customs’ site within...
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Corringham Christmas lights sparkle – with a little help from Thames Enterprise Park

As Christmas comes to Corringham, Thames Enterprise Park (TEP) is pleased to be playing a part in helping to create and celebrate the festive spirit. Working with the Corringham, Fobbing & Homesteads Community Forum, TEP is delighted to be funding...
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Thames Enterprise Park wins planning permission for initial 3.7 million sq ft development

Regeneration of former Coryton oil refinery site will create 5,500 new jobs and expected to add £350 million per year to the local economy. Thames Enterprise Park Limited, a joint venture between ALMCOR and Greenergy, has been given the green...
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“The Opportunity Here is Massive”

Local MP Stephen Metcalfe visited Thames Enterprise Park (TEP) last week (21 May 2021) to see how the former oil refinery site is readying itself for regeneration. Hosted by Director of Thames Enterprise Park, Jonathan Whittingham, and iSec Head of...
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Take Off for Thames Freeport

Thames Enterprise Park welcomes Chancellor’s backing of the bid Thames Enterprise Park is welcoming the Government’s decision to back the Thames Freeport bid as a ‘strong vote of confidence’ and ‘green light for growth’. Thames Enterprise Park joined the Thames...
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Thames Enterprise Park Takes Strides Towards Planning Decision

Plans for Thames Enterprise Park, the billion-pound regeneration vision for the former Coryton oil refinery, have taken a significant step forward this week with the developers submitting a package of additional information to Thurrock Borough Council to support the planning...
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Boost for Freeport Bid

Boost for Freeport Bid as Thames Enterprise Park joins London Gateway, Port of Tilbury and Ford New partner reinforces regeneration and clean growth potential and brings even more reasons for Government to back the bid. The bid for a freeport...
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