STANFORD Forum and Corringham and Fobbing Forum are holding a joint meeting on Monday the 13th October to hear a presentation from the developers of Thames Enterprise Park where they will be giving information to the public and inviting feedback on their plans for redeveloping a large part of the site of the former Coryton Refinery.
Thames Enterprise Park’s vision is for a centre of excellence in energy and environmental technologies. Between 300 and 400 acres of the 580-acre former refinery site would be redeveloped as an industrial park, strategically located with good road access and benefitting from an existing railhead, jetty and pipeline infrastructure.
The core of activities would be related to energy and environmental technologies, but the location is also suitable for a wide range of production, power generation, storage and logistics uses, alongside supply chain companies in those sectors. Occupiers may be able to take advantage of energy infrastructure, such as the UK Oil Pipeline, medium-to-high pressure gas supplies and medium-to-high voltage power lines, as well as links with the adjacent superport, London Gateway, and fuel import terminal, Thames Oilport.
If you are a resident within either Forum area please come along to the ETCA, 77 Corringham Rd, the meeting will start a 7.30pm. Do not miss this opportunity to ask questions of the developers and make your views known.
For more information
Terry Piccolo Chair Stanford Forum firstname.lastname@example.org 07881827446
Danni Tate Chair Corringham & Fobbing Forum email@example.com 07944655733