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The £200m Yorkshire Energy Park is a next generation energy and technology business park that will stimulate regional economic growth, create over 4000 jobs and support the Humber to achieve its net zero ambitions.

A flagship development strategically located as a Hull East Freeport Tax Site, at the heart of the UK’s Energy Estuary, the business park will provide low-cost energy for its occupiers, alongside data resilience and superfast broadband.

With an on-site educational campus, the park will enable skills development in key industries and has already attracted significant interest from environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investors and occupiers, nationally and internationally.

Key Features:

  • 30 Ha
  • Hull East Freeport Tax Site


Hull ECO Park Ltd

Planning status:

The site has the benefit of outline planning permission for mixed use comprising a business park (E(g), B2, B8), education, training and research campus (and associated residential accommodation (E(g), F1); on-site and off-site energy infrastructure; data centre; relocated sports facilities (F2).