50.2 acre development site near the port of Immingham
The 50.2 acre development site near the port of Immingham.

50-acre Humber Port development site launched to market

Property consultants, Cushman & Wakefield and PPH Commercial, have been appointed to market a 50.2 acre development site near the port of Immingham.

Imm-Port is a greenfield industrial site which has Enterprise Zone status and is owned by Associated British Ports (ABP).

The site has outline planning for industrial and warehouse and distribution uses.

Cushman & Wakefield and PPH Commercial are marketing the site on behalf of ABP on a leasehold basis although sales may be considered.

The site is located close to the deep water port of Immingham on the Humber Estuary and would suit occupiers seeking port access.

Scott Morrison, associate in Cushman & Wakefield Logistics & Industrial team, said: “We are delighted to be appointed on Imm-Port. The site offers a unique opportunity for an occupier to be within close proximity to one of the deepest water docks in the UK.

“The site benefits from Enterprise Zone status for business rates relief and infrastructure upgrades have already been completed.”

Duncan Willey from PPH Commercial added: “This is a key strategic site for the local area. ABP acquired the site to assist with the expansion and growth of Immingham Dock, both in terms of providing space for pent up indigenous demand and also inward investment.

“A flexible marketing campaign is being undertaken by Cushman & Wakefield and PPH Commercial promoting land For Sale or To Let, alternatively consideration will be given to full ‘turnkey’ Design and Build projects.”

David Morriss, head of property for ABP Humber, also commented: “The acquisition of this site further promotes ABP’s desire to continually develop the land around the existing port estate.

“We strive to support local enterprises and want to work collaboratively to bring new business to our region in order to further our economic development.”

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