Plans have been unveiled for a £200m business park set to be established on the Southside of Teesside International Airport.
The plans on the land, comprising 270 acres, could create thousands of jobs for the area and will be made up of logistics, distribution, and industrial buildings, with direct access from the A67.
The first phase, set to start construction within weeks, will see the creation of four new units along a through road, which can be split into smaller units, covering 130,000sq ft. Further phases would see plots of between 1 to 200 acres developed.
The new 1.5km A67 link road, running direct to the southside area will lead to the creation of a new roundabout close to Wilkinson’s Plant Centre.
As part of wider programme of development at the airport, a new multimillion-pound freight cargo facility has been established. The new facility boasts the latest in screening technology and offers daily services for freight movements as well as supporting ad-hoc charters for specialised cargo.
For further information on the development plans:
Huge Step Forward As Plans For Airport Business Park Unveiled – Tees Valley Combined Authority (teesvalley-ca.gov.uk)