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    Able Energy Park

    Able Energy Park Chase Hill Road, North Killingholme, Immingham DN40 3LU

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    • 598 net operational acres at the centre of the largest port complex in the UK
    • The prevailing wind (south westerly) ensures the dispersal of noise/plumes/aromas seawards.
    • The site has virtually no neighbouring residential areas and existing permissions allow 24-hour working.
    • Fully Consented.
    • B1; B2; B8 port-related logistics.
    • 1,700,000m2 (18,300,00ft2) internal space.
    • C. £100m + phased development.
    • Warehousing Storage and Distribution.
    • Chilled and Frozen Logistics.
    • Data Centre(s); Document Storage.
    • Commodities Storage and Distribution.
    • New Location Vehicle Storage.
    • Location for re-located Vehicle Storage.

    The fully-consented Able Energy Park is now open for business and ready to receive its first occupiers.

    By any measure it is a strategically significant site.

    Located on the South Humber Bank it will provide supporting hinterland to the UK’s largest port complex – the 4th largest in northern Europe.

    It is a rural greenfield site with no contingent liabilities, in a secure location close to local industry.

    It is immediately adjacent to the C.Ro port terminal, within 2.5 miles of Immingham Port and will complement the proposed activities at the emerging and neighbouring Humber Ports Port.

    In 2020 the initial works surrounding the roundabout and access road were completed, effectively opening up almost 600 acres of quay development land at the heart of UK’s Energy Estuary.

    AEP has the potential to be included in the new Humber Freeport status.

    AEP has had planning permissions for a Bio-Ethanol Plant and Urea Manufacturing Facilities.

    The sheer scale of AEP – a contiguous land mass of 598 operational acres – makes it a key UK strategic site.

    It can be tailor-made to suit the demanding requirements and scale of projects that could include: Petro-Chemical Industries, Vehicle Manufacturing, Battery Storage Facilities, Data Centres and the emerging concept of Giga-Factories.

    The site is well served by the extensive local sources of electricity, including power supplied from renewable sources, most notably the Hornsea offshore wind farms. AEP also has the potential of a new carbon capture pipeline adjacent to the site.

    The Energy Estuary is pursuing the option to deliver the UK’s first zero carbon cluster and help position the North of England at the heart of the global energy revolution. 

    Similarly the site could provide significant research and development related activities that would complement the emerging development of the Able Marine Energy Park as an industrial cluster serving the needs of the offshore wind sector. 

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