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Northumberland Energy Park Phases 1, 2 and 3

Price: £ POA

Northumberland Energy Park makes up part of Energy Central- A premier deep-water East Coast UK energy base located in the North East of England delivered through a unique partnership between Arch and the Port of Blyth. Arch and the Port of Blyth have a s

Bedlington, NE22 7BB

Size: 406 Acres (164.30 hectares)

Agent

Contact: John Hildreth

Position: Business Growth and Investment Manager

Tel: (0) 1670 528 463

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Description:

Northumberland Energy Park Phase 1

● 36 HA including 11.13 HA Enterprise Zone.
● North East Enterprise Zone (EZ) which helps attract new industry to the area, providing enhanced capital allowance incentives.
● Attractive to businesses operating in the offshore energy and marine industry.
● Local Development Order in place to help fast track developments for offshore energy and port related uses.
● Direct quay access with deep-water (9.0 LAT) and jack up barge capability. Plus access to four additional deep-water berths at Battleship Wharf.
● £25m Government investment secured to develop new dock.

Northumberland Energy Park Phase 2

● 35 HA.
● Greenfield site attractive to businesses operating in the offshore energy or logistics sector.
● Local Development Order in place to help fast track developments for offshore energy and port related uses.
● A service corridor provides quay access with deep-water (9.0 LAT) and jack up barge capability. Plus access to four additional deep-water berths at Battleship Wharf.
● Location of North Sea Link (UK/Norway Interconnector site).

Northumberland Energy Park Phase 3

● 95 HA.
● Strategic location vacant industrial site, expansive land offering attractive to businesses operating in the offshore energy, advanced manufacturing or marine sectors.
● A service corridor provides quay access with deep-water (9.0 LAT) and jack up barge capability. Plus access to four additional deep-water berths at Battleship Wharf.
 

Further information:

This site is located at Cambois near to the north shore of the River Blyth Estuary and is approximately 3km north of Blyth town centre and the Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult.

The site is to the south of Brock Lane from where access is provided and which provides access to the heavy lift facilities at Battleship Wharf, Port of Blyth.

The coastal dual carriageway (A189) runs north-south to the west of the site and links to Newcastle Airport (approx. 20 mins drive).

Distance to Newcastle International Airport: 15.86 km

Flight Information There are regular direct flights from Newcastle International Airport to destinations across the UK, Europe, Middle East and North America. In addition, over 450 international destinations can be accessed from Paris, Frankfurt, Amsterdam and Dubai. Flight times to London Heathrow are 1hr 10mins, Paris are 1hr 40mins, Amsterdam are 1hr 20mins, Dubai are 8hrs and New York are 7hr 45mins.

Closest port: Port of Blyth 4.49 km

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