The site lies adjacent to the city of Hull’s eastern boundary and occupies an area between the BP Chemicals site at Saltend and the village of Paull. It is located close to the A1033, providing quick and easy access to the A63 and M62 motorway.
The site provides 80 ha of industrial development land with a prime river frontage, which has been earmarked for development as part of Green Port Hull. An ideal location for tier one suppliers looking for major manufacturing sites in close proximity to Alexandra Dock, this site has access to a secure road corridor that will link it to the rest of the port estate including BP, Nippon Gohsei and Vivergo Fuels' chemical plants.
|Land Ownership||Associated British Ports|
|Current Use||Agricultural land|
|Planning Status||The Local Plan proposals map shows the site wholly containing an industry allocation.|
|This site is subject to the Paull Local Development Order which grants outline planning permission for development that is associated with renewable and low-carbon industries.|
|Enterprise Zone||Enhanced Capital Allowance – 100% capital write down is available for plant and machinery investment incurred between April 2012 and March 2020.|
|Enterprise Zones benefit from simplified planning procedures and this site is covered by the Paull Local Development Order.|
|Government support to ensure that superfast broadband is rolled out throughout each of the Enterprise Zones.|
|Assisted Area||The site lies within a Tier 2 assisted area currently with a 10% intervention rate.|