Development Sites Map 2023

Sites available now for development

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5 Wincomblee Road

Expert development support available from Shepherd Offshore Ltd.

  • Size: 1.4 hectares
  • Direct access to quayside
  • Site owner: Shepherd Offshore Ltd

A smaller site with direct quayside access and heavy load-out capability, which could easily house a new-build facility.


Neptune Energy Park

Approximately 4.8 hectares available for bespoke new build developments.

  • Size: 32.7 hectares
  • 1,000 metre deep-water quay
  • Site owner: Shepherd Offshore Ltd

An established, world-class subsea manufacturing, educational and testing cluster, supported by significant infrastructure. Neptune Energy Park benefits from significant deep-water quay frontage and heavy load out capability. With permanent cranage and support services, the site offers test tank facilities and an established subsea supply chain.


Swans Energy Park

Newly built deep-water quay frontage and heavy load out capability.

  • Size: 13 hectares 
  • 400 metres of deep-water quay 
  • Site owner: Shepherd Offshore Ltd 

This former historic shipyard is now an established deep-water development site, supported by significant infrastructure. Ideal for a supplier looking for a location adjacent to established manufacturing and educational clusters, the site can house bespoke new-build facilities.


Potter Street

Flexible lease terms.

  • Size: 2.3 hectares
  • River frontage 
  • Site agent: HTA Real Estate 

A self-contained site with river frontage and a secure concrete yard. It’s close to the A19 and Tyne Tunnel and can be divided into smaller plots, giving flexibility for growing businesses.


Ellison Street, Jarrow

Just a mile and a half from the Tyne Tunnel and its national road links.

  • Size: 13 hectares 
  • Site owner: Dow Chemicals 

Includes more than 1,000 square metres of office space over three storeys, plus a single-storey gatehouse with weighbridge.

Port of Tyne

The following sites are all part of the Port of Tyne Clean Energy Park, home to Equinor UK’s Dogger Bank Wind Farm operations and maintenance base and Van Oord’s foundation marshalling base for RWE’s Sofia Offshore Wind Farm. Choosing one of the following locations will make you part of this fast-growing clean energy cluster. 


Howdon Quay

Benefit from the Port of Tyne’s established supply chain and 24/7 access.

  • Size: Up to 8 hectares
  • Potential for 210 metres of quay access 
  • Site owner: Port of Tyne 

Looking for an operations and maintenance base location? Or a site for manufacturing, assembly or installation? Howdon Yard gives efficient access to Dogger Bank, Seagreen and Sofia wind farms, and is connected to the Tyne’s established supply chain.


Church Bank

Ideal location for manufacturing and warehousing for the offshore sector.

  • Size: 2.2 hectares 
  • Site owner: Port of Tyne 

A level site with warehouses, storage and excellent road connectivity.


Royal Quays Enterprise Park 

Large site that can accommodate a wide variety of commercial uses, with excellent connectivity.

  • Size: 20 hectares 
  • Site owner: Port of Tyne

With a large development area of up to 20 hectares, this site comes with the benefits of being both a Centre for Offshore Renewable Engineering and an Enterprise Zone. There’s potential to develop an additional 18 hectares on a neighbouring site.


Whitehill Point and Quay 

Container, roll-on/roll-off, ferry, bulk cargo, road and rail connectivity.

  • Size: Up to 20.5 hectares 
  • 105 metre passenger and cargo quay 
  • Site owner: Port of Tyne 

This site includes the 105 metre Whitehill Point Quay, which can accommodate passenger and cargo vessels. It’s part of the Port of Tyne estate, with all the established infrastructure that includes, such as three rail terminals, a nationwide distribution service, and bulk handling and storage facilities.


Tyne Renewables Quay 

Ideal for large scale component manufacturing or a large-scale pre-assembly and installation base.

  • Size: 27 hectares 
  • Deep water berth 
  • Site owner: Port of Tyne 

With unrestricted, 24/7 marine access, this site is a blank canvas which you can develop to your own specifications.


Tyne Dock Enterprise Park 

Enhanced Capital Allowances on this Enterprise Zone site are worth up to £100 million per company.

  • Size: 3.3 hectares 
  • 400 metres of river frontage 
  • Site owner: Port of Tyne 

You could hit the ground running at this site, which is fully integrated into a mature logistics and port infrastructure and has container, roll-on/roll-off and bulk cargo facilities.

Port of Tyne build to suit sites 

Port of Tyne’s dedicated team can connect you to existing supply chains.

  • Size: 1.8 – 14.1 hectares
  • Various river access options 
  • Site owner: Port of Tyne 

Access the benefits of the Port of Tyne – like its worldwide connections and its range of riverside berths – and take your pick of a range of sites, north and south of the Tyne, which can be developed to your specification.