Redcar and Cleveland is a business friendly borough. We are home to industries from high end process engineering to bio-sciences, renewable energy, mining, logistics, fabrication, tourism and creative businesses.
We welcome new investment and will pull out all the stops to ensure your move here is as easy as possible. A named advisor will be appointed to work with you on all aspects of your project to make sure you benefit from everything the area has to offer. Our network of local contacts is extensive and together we will ensure that you receive a first class service.
There is no better time to make the move to Redcar and Cleveland. Significant development is underway here and is creating opportunities for all.
The South Tees Development Corporation has been established to manage the regeneration of the 1800 hectare former steel site and has published its masterplan for delivery. Discussions with land owners to release sites for development are now advanced and the first of several major investments is expected to get underway in the coming year.
MGT Teesside is two years into building its 299MW biomass power plant at Teesport. This will offer supply chain opportunities as well as industrial heat for local businesses once it is operational in 2020.
Sirius Minerals’ £3.2b mine and mineral processing plant is now well advanced in its construction at sites across Redcar and Cleveland and Whitby. Our borough offers great opportunities for businesses in its supply chain to set up locations close to the project and recruit suitably skilled workers from our local labour pool.
For further information contact our Business Growth Team:
T: +44 (0) 1642 444366
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