The site will offer occupiers access to clean energy generated on site, as well as data resilience and super fast broadband at competitive rates.

It is likely the Yorkshire Energy Park will include the following uses, to be determined both by occupier interest and the planning process:

  • A mixture of space for businesses, operating in key strategic sectors for the region
  • An on-site energy generation, energy for export generation, and a primary sub-station providing private wire electricity to the wider Energy Park
  • A National Centre of Excellence for education, training and research
  • Associated on-site, short stay accommodation
  • A data centre
  • An outdoor building materials and testing facility
  • New sports facilities for the community
  • 54 hectares of green space, protected for 150 years as an ecologically enhanced area for protected species

This major strategic development will be underpinned by the availability of affordable energy and data security provided by the energy and data centres.  Innovation will be at the heart of the park, driven by the synergies expected between the occupiers of the education and business spaces.

The development is guaranteed to generate a significant number of employment opportunities for local people, and to attract new investment into the area.

 

A project team has been appointed to prepare the outline planning application.

Meet the project team

The team behind the scheme has worked in partnership with statutory agencies for three years to bring about this flagship project, putting the Humber region on the map, including over 1,000 hours of public engagement to ensure the scheme has been developed with the community

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Innovative research and development campus

Innovative education space

Local labour ambition throughout construction

Local labour ambition throughout construction

Strategic employment site

Job creation