Port of Grimsby
Moody Lane, DN31 2SW

Grimsby is located on the South Bank of the Humber Estuary, just 7 miles from the open sea from open sea. The Port of Grimsby is one of the UK’s leading automotive ports and a major hub for the offshore wind industry. It also continues to handle a range of other cargoes, while retaining strong links to the fishing and food industries. Together with ABP’s other Humber ports, Immingham, Hull, and Goole, it provides an unparalleled gateway for the trade connecting businesses across the UK, Europe, and beyond.

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36 Hectares (89 acres)

Min and max single units
Possible 7,500 - 210,000 sq ft


Grimsby Future Park has an area of circa 36 hectares (89 acres) of development land with potential quayside access.

  • Single unit occupancy of 7,500 sq ft to 210,000 sq ft
  • Site can be sub-divided to suit occupier requirements
  • Bespoke design and build opportunities


159,400 people live in the North East Lincolnshire region.

  • 62,500 skilled workforce with NVQ 2+ qualifications
  • 74.7% are economically active
  • 11,000 people are employed in manufacturing


Outline planning permission has been granted for construction at the site across multiple use classes.

  • B2 Industrial & B8 Storage and Distribution
  • Associated landscaping and infrastructure
  • Designated for port-related uses within Councils development plan


Grimsby Future Park benefits from a robust power infrastructure.

  • Sufficient power to meet demand
  • We will work closely with potential occupiers to ensure their specific energy requirements can be accommodated
  • Close proximity to O&M bases
  • Potential for green power through new renewable energy assets


Min and max single units
Possible 7,500 – 210,000 sq ft

Grimsby Future Park comprises 36 Hectares (89 acres) of development land adjacent to the Port of Grimsby. The site can be sub-divided to suit occupier requirements. There is the potential for a number of bespoke development opportunities. Grimsby is the UK’s second largest vehicle handling port and, given its direct access to the North Sea, is at the forefront in serving the developing offshore wind energy industry. Its location in the Humber Estuary places it in the heartland of the North East’s manufacturing and industrial hub.

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ABP has the financial resource, the expertise and the experience to design and build bespoke accommodation ranging from single units to multi-building facilities.

Alternative Energy

Grimsby forms part of the Energy Estuary. The Humber has recently been home to two DFT and Innovate UK Clean Maritime Demonstration Competitions that tested feasibility of various routes to decarbonising the shipping industry Placing Grimsby at the forefront of low carbon energy and carbon capture innovations.


The Humber is the UK’s busiest trading estuary making it an advantageous location for manufacturing sites. Offering bulk handling facilities and access to international markets through regular RoRo/ LoLo services, the Humber port cluster is a major hub for liquid bulks, grains, construction materials from steel and forest products to cement and aggregates as well as offering expertise in break bulk cargoes.


Onshore windfarms
the region has over 20 onshore windfarms

overall there are 29,000 businesses in the South Yorkshire region, providing over 400,000 jobs in the local area

access to over 400 offshore wind turbines

providing power for over 200,000 UK homes

jobs in the region supported by the Humber Ports

2.5 Billion
contributed to the UK economy annually by the Humber ports

Transport links

Grimsby is located on the south bank of the River Humber and within easy reach of the UK’s industrial heartland. The M180/A180 dual carriageway runs right to the dock entrance, providing fast links to the M18 and M1. There are also direct quayside rail connections which link the port to the national railway network.

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The M180/A180 dual carriageway runs right to the dock entrance providing direct access to the UK’s motorway network.

A180 0.6 km / 0.37 miles
A46 0.6 km / 0.4 miles
A16 9.6 km / 6 miles
M180 24.5 km / 15.2 miles
A1(M) 85.2 km / 52.9 miles
Road Transport links
Road Transport links


Direct Quayside rail connections link the Port of Grimsby to the National Rail Network.

Grimsby Town station 3.3 km / 2.1 miles


RORO and LOLO Liner Services run regularly from the Humber Ports to a number of European ports including: Rotterdam, Zebrugge, Helsinki, Antwerp, Amsterdam and Ghent.

Commercial Docks  20.5m (beam), 5.8m (draught)
No.1 Dock 12.8m (beam), 5.8m (draught)
Grimsby River Terminal 30m (beam), 7.5m (draught)
Road Transport links
Road Transport links


The Port of Grimsby is well served by Humberside Airport providing easy links to national and international destinations.

Humberside International 22.4 km / 13.9 miles

Master plan

An indicative master plan for the site is shown below. Bespoke units can be built to suit specific occupier requirements.

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Accommodation Schedule

Unit 1 1,858 sq m 20,000 sq ft
Unit 2 1,858 sq m 20,000 sq ft
Unit 3 7,432 sq m 80,000 sq ft
Unit 4 7,432 sq m 80,000 sq ft
Unit 5 6,503 sq m 70,000 sq ft
Unit 6 19,510 sq m 210,000 sq ft
Unit 7 2,323 sq m 25,000 sq ft
Unit 8 6,503 sq m 70,000 sq ft
Unit 9 2,601 sq m 28,000 sq ft
Unit 10 1,486 sq m 16,000 sq ft
Unit 11 1,394 sq m 15,000 sq ft
Unit 12 2,323 sq m 25,000 sq ft
Unit 13 6,968 sq m 75,000 sq ft
Unit 14 9,290 sq m 100,000 sq ft
Unit 15 10,219 sq m 110,000 sq ft
Unit 16 8,361 sq m 90,000 sq ft
Unit 17 4,645 sq m 50,000 sq ft
Unit 18 7,432 sq m 80,000 sq ft


The site offers leasehold opportunities for bespoke development to meet individual requirements. Terms available on application.


Mains services consisting of electricity, water and drainage will be made available to site and can be connected at an additional cost to the ingoing tenant. 

Service Charge

A provision will be included in any lease for each tenant to pay a service charge, contributing to the costs of maintaining the common areas of the estate and providing on-site security.

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