Thames Enterprise Park, Corringham

Project Information

Client Marcol Group
Service Cost Consultants
Status Ongoing

Key features
• 135 hectare site
• Major regeneration project
• Manufacturing, energy and logistics hub

The site of the Thames Enterprise Park occupies an area of approximately 135 hectares 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 provide opportunities for specialist industries and logistics operations and feature industrial facilities, extended sidings for access to the national railway network, offices and amenities.

Thames Enterprise Park will have renewable energy generation facilities and highly sustainable commercial buildings, facilitating less CO2 in the supply chain, and being a multi-modal logistics super-hub, including rail and river, it will enable more sustainable and more efficient supply chains.

RPP are providing ongoing cost advice and have been involved in the project since the masterplanning stages. The project is being delivered in phases and comprises demolition, remediation and construction. Phase 1 works included the development of a new infrastructure network and remediation works to Plot 1, with the first unit now in for planning