The Humber is characterised by space and the opportunity to grow and boasts the largest amount of port-side development land available in the UK. It has significant areas of land ‘ready to go’, as well as up and coming business parks that have already attracted some prestigious names.

Factories within the region are 49% bigger than the average for England and warehouses are 15.3% bigger on average percent bigger

The Humber is uncongested and geared up to welcome and connect new businesses into the Humber region, with support networks in place and strong links with organisations that will help businesses grow.

The Humber is home to the UK’s largest Enterprise Zone, standing at over 484 hectares, equivalent to 780 football pitches. As a world class renewable energy hub, focused around large wind turbine manufacturers and their supply chain, the Humber Enterprise Zone accounts for 80% of all North Sea offshore wind farms and 60% of the entire European market for renewable energy is within 12 hours reach.

  • Space for offshore wind Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and their supply chains to co-locate to make cost reductions on a major scale at Able Marine Energy Park and Green Port Hull.
  • The UK’s largest development sites available adjacent to deep water port at Able Marine Energy Park and Paull
  • Sites at the Port of Grimsby, a rapidly growing Operations and Maintenance centre for the offshore wind industry
  • Space at Humberside Airport, the UK’s second busiest heliport, serving the offshore wind, oil and gas industries
  • Prime sites for logistics, food and advanced manufacturing on uncongested transport routes
  • Sites adjacent to the ports of Grimsby and Immingham, the UK’s busiest port by cargo tonnage, and Goole, the UK’s furthest inland port
  • Affordable city centre sites in the vibrant City of Hull, UK City of Culture for 2017

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