Take Your Business to New Heights
Humberside Enterprise Park is situated on a site of 79 acres and comprises high grade production/storage units, offices and business space.
The site offers a secure and wellmanaged environment, catering for any size of company, offering incubator and grow-on space for young businesses to large stand alone facilities for more established organisations.
The available accommodation has undergone extensive refurbishment to cater for the requirements of modern business.
A Superb Base in the Heart of East Riding
If your business is searching for a superb base in the heart of East Riding, Humber Enterprise Park has the answer for you. We have an exciting range of space in a variety of configurations ranging from premium office space to light industrial units.
The expansive parking area has allocated parking for each unit and additional visitor spaces.
The offices provide flexible working areas with low energy lighting, toilets on each floor with a disabled WC and wet room shower to the ground floor.
The development is secured by gates overnight and is within a few minutes walk of Brough railway station, with the M62 motorway just 2 miles drive from the site.
History and Heritage
BAE SYSTEMS BROUGH SITE
Originally set up by Robert Blackburn in 1916, seven years after he began his career in aviation, the Brough site would eventually become the hub of Blackburn activities in the UK, going on to function as one of the longest continuously surviving sites of aircraft manufacturing in the world.
In its 90th year, the cleanliness, organisation and activity level on the site is a constant source of positive comment by the many visitors from customer organisations, local industry and other parts of BAE and motivation by the workforce continues in the proud Brough tradition established by Robert Blackburn himself.
Brough was originally chosen for its access to the water for flying boats, excellent transport links to Leeds and that renowned pair of pubs, yet it did not prove as ideal as Mark Swann had first thought, thanks to problems with tides, ships and fog. However, the large site did provide the space necessary to support flying boat testing and ultimately allowed for major manufacturing expansion. Blackburn merged with General Aircraft Limited in 1949 and was renamed Blackburn and General Aircraft Limited. However, by 1959 it had reverted back to Blackburn Aircraft Limited. Finally, the company was absorbed into Hawker Siddeley in 1960 and the Blackburn name was dropped in 1963.
Eye Catching Architecture
Your premises speak volumes about your business and its aspirations. They should set you apart and make the right impressions. Humber Enterprise Park offers the kind of inspiring office space that will instil confidence in customers and staff alike. A happy, motivated workforce is a productive one, so settling here could prove a smart move for your business.
Why Choose Us
More than an Office Space
£500K savings on occupational costs per floor plate available*
Ration of 8 parking spaces per 1,000sqft office space which equates to 4 out of 5 employees benefiting from free parking
Brough train station is a 2 minute walk from the estate and all trains leaving Hull stop at Brough
Secure site with 24 hour manned security and barriers to the entrance
High quality, modern refurbished office space
Break out areas provided in all central cores
Landscaped areas offering employees a place to relax at lunchtime with sheltered eating areas
Fitness area for employees to work-out, including a 1 mile running track and outdoor gym
Shower facilities in all central cores
Heritage centre and food court
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The available accommodation has undergone extensive refurbishment to prepare it for immediate occupation.
24-hour onsite security
Substantial power supplies available
Multiple overhead gantry cranes
Extensive car parking provision
Humber Enterprise Park benefits from Enterprise Zone status, which means that occupiers are eligible for Business Rate Relief and other incentives.
It also qualifies for Assisted Area Status. As such, grant aid is available for qualifying capital expenditure projects for organisations located within the Humber Enterprise Park.
Who Helps Take Care of the Estate
The Estate Management at the Humber Enterprise Park is provided by Black Cat Services through their lead surveyor Peter Melling.
Qualifying as a building surveyor in 2004, achieving his Chartered status in July 2011, becoming regulated by RICS in August 2011 and having worked extensively as a facilities management project manager, lead surveyor Peter Melling BSc (Hons) MRICS has been involved in a large range of construction projects, in charge of feasibility studies, large building surveys, concept/full design, contract administration, complete project management and the discharge of legislative requirements.
In addition, he has also had extensive exposure to health, safety and risk assessment on a wide range of construction projects.