Thames Enterprise Park will provide exceptional opportunities for specialised industries, as well as logistics based around energy and streamlining logistics operations to an unprecedented degree. The site will participate in the sustainability agenda in the transition to net zero carbon.
Thames Enterprise Park is a billion-pound inward investment proposal to transform the former Coryton oil refinery site on the banks of the River Thames in Thurrock into a vibrant manufacturing, energy and logistics super-hub. The planning application is being considered by Thurrock Council with a decision due in Summer 2021.
Thames Enterprise Park is a part of the Thames Freeport alongside London Gateway, Port of Tilbury and Ford’s Dagenham engine plant. The Freeport as a whole could create more than 25,000+ new jobs.
Thames Enterprise Park allows your business to operate on a scale previously unseen in the UK. The Outline Planning Application, following the revised planning documents submission in February 2021, provides an area of 345,500 sqm plus 20 ha of Open Storage to accommodate a Manufacturing & Logistics Hub, Energy Hub, Sustainable Business Hub and an Amenity Hub. There is potential to build 45- metre high buildings that give a potential working area of 1,400,000 cubic sq.m.
Thames Enterprise Park is well located in the South-East within easy access to London and surrounding region. With an opportunity to provide multi-modal connections by road, river and rail.
Located right on the River Thames, just 16 minutes from the M25, Thames Enterprise Park is perfectly located to serve the prized Greater London market. Last-mile deliveries to two-thirds of London are achievable within one hour. Also easily accessible is the wider south-east region, where surging population levels meet the UK’s highest average wage.
Thames Enterprise Park has partnered with London Gateway, Port of Tilbury and Ford’s Dagenham engine plant to bring forward Thames Freeport – a unique opportunity to deliver transformative benefits at scale across trade, investment and innovation, which could create more than 25,000 new jobs.
Find out more about Thames Freeport at: www.thamesfreeport.com
iSec has operated in the industrial sector since its formation in 1995. A London-based, pan-European business with offices in the UK, France, Germany, Benelux and Hungary, iSec has a strong track record in bringing forward large strategic development landholdings. The company boasts a UK current pipeline GDV of over £300m across five major developments: Horizon 38 in Bristol; Tudor Cross in Bolsover; Unity in Doncaster; Atlantic Park in Liverpool; and Twinwoods in Bedford.
iSec’s growing portfolio of strategic sites range from ‘ready to go’ developments to a significant strategic landbank expected to provide 4.5 million sq ft feet of logistics space. The company is a part of Marcol, a privately owned and funded investment business with 40 years of trading history and more than €2.5bn assets under management, including industrial, residential, commercial, leisure and healthcare properties.
Formed in 1992, Greenergy supplies some of the UK’s largest fuel retailers while also operating in Canada, Brazil and Bahrain. Its customer base includes supermarkets, major oil companies, independent retailers and commercial users. Greenergy also operates two of Europe’s largest waste-to-biodiesel manufacturing facilities, located on Teesside and at Immingham.
Greenergy was one of three joint-venture partners to purchase the closed Coryton Oil Refinery. Having taken a majority stake in the joint venture in 2016, it is now the principle owner of this industrial legacy site and its related infrastructure. Greenergy is leading the investment in the Thames Oilport import terminal, while partnering with iSec regarding future planning for Thames Enterprise Park.