Thames Enterprise Park, Thurrock

Project Information

Client ALMCOR and Greenergy
Service Cost Consultants
Status Ongoing

Key features
• 412 acres of brownfield land
• Major regeneration project
• Manufacturing, energy and logistics hub

The site of the Thames Enterprise Park occupies an area of approximately 412 acres and will transform the former Coryton oil refinery site on the banks of the River Thames in Thurrock into a manufacturing, energy and logistics hub. Part of the Thames Freeport, it will initially deliver 3.7 million sq ft of advanced logistics, advanced manufacturing and next-generation energy technology uses and create up to 5,500 new jobs.

The development is expected to add more than £350 million per year to the local economy ultimately growing to more than £3.5 billion. It will transform 412 acres of brownfield land into a new commercial district with the first plots expected to be ready for development during 2023.

It will have sustainability at its core and will comprise state-of-the-art construction to the highest standards of energy efficiency. It will help occupiers to deliver on ESG requirements and feature next generation energy technologies that contribute to the decarbonisation agenda. The development will maximise ‘sustainable travel choices’ and enhance connectivity by all transport modes throughout the local area and improve the overall resilience of the transport network.

As well as extensive commercial space, the proposed development also includes an Amenity Hub to promote research and innovation, as well as education and training facilities, café, gym and new public access to the riverside.

RPP are providing ongoing cost consultancy services and have been involved in the project since the master planning stage. The project will be delivered in phases and will comprise demolition, remediation, infrastructure and construction. The first phase of works, which have been completed, included the remediation works to enable the future infrastructure and development of the west site.

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