Eastern Growth Zone
The Eastern Growth Zone covers 583 acres of employment land and provides businesses with the perfect location for growth.
Taking in the key employment sites of Yarm Road Industrial Estate and Business Park, Morton Palms Business Park, Morton Park Way Business Park, Lingfield Point, Symmetry Park and the Aero Centre, the Eastern Growth Zone offers a high quality commercial and industrial property solution for a wide range of potential occupiers wanting to benefit from excellent transport connectivity at a cost competitive business location.
Lingfield Point - a 90 acre business park providing high specification office space and warehousing space. Ideally placed to support the business & professional services sector and the logistics and distribution sector, Lingfield Point is located on Darlington's Eastern Transport corridor, providing easy access to the road, rail, air and sea network at Teesport, making it one of the most accessible destinations in the country.
Symmetry Park - a 94.38 acre strategically located greenfield site that can provide for a variety of design and build industrial and warehousing units, including supporting a single footprint distribution/industrial building of up to 1.8 million sq ft, as well as catering for office buildings from 10,000 - 100,000 sq ft. Ideally placed to support the logistics/distribution and manufacturing sectors the site is within close proximity to Durham Tees Valley Airport and Teesport with direct access onto the A66.
Morton Palms Business Park - one of Darlington's premier business locations providing modern office accommodation adjacent to the A66. With a number of development sites available, Morton Palms is within close proximity to Durham Tees Valley Airport, Darlington Station and major road networks.
Ingenium Parc - a 98 acre greenfield development site which has good frontage and sits adjacent to an established commercial area with good access to the A66. The site is also bounded by a railway line to the south, affording the potential to create a rail link. With excellent transport links the site is ideally placed to support the manufacturing/engineering and logistics and distribution sectors.
Morton Park Way Business Park - extending to almost 10 acres with 106,000 sq ft of industrial and workshop space, the site provides excellent access to the A67 and A66.
Yarm Road Industrial Estate & Business Park - a popular business location for a wide range of businesses from global leaders serving multinational markets, such as Cummins Engines and Cleveland Bridge, through to new business start ups across a wide range of sectors. Benefiting from excellent transport connectivity the site is ideal for companies serving the Tees Valley or Darlington.
Aero Centre - an established 835 acre masterplanned site with serviced flexible plots and building sizes available. With high quality building options from 5,000 - 1 million sq ft the site benefits from direct frontage to Tees Valley rail line and potential for on site rail freight connection. The site is already home to an established cluster of aviation businesses such as Camair, Cobham Aviation, K2 Thermal Imaging, Paragon RT, Serco IFT, Skydive St George, Sycamore Aviation, Weston Aviation, TNT, Ernest Bennett, Digital Office Solutions, Durham Tees Valley Flight Training. Aero Centre can offer Hangar, office, B2, B8, retail/community space.
(Eastern Growth Zone has assisted area status for the period 2014 - 2020 - businesses locating to assisted areas may be eligible for regional aid under European Commission state aid rules, which is typically offered as a capital investment.)
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acres of strategically located greenfield site available for a variety of design and build opportunities at Link 66
acres of greenfield site available with the potential to create a rail link at Yarm Road