A place with blue-green economy at its heart
Our vision is to create a nationally significant Energy and Marine campus. Bringing together leading industry operators, world-class universities and the latest innovators to deliver technological advances in areas such as power generation and aquaculture.
A new innovation centre – Hunterston PARC, is also being developed to offer market ready sites and facilities to attract new innovation, start-up and supply chain investment businesses.
Hunterston PARC’s strengths lie in its location with its deep water port, on-site rail connectivity, national grid connections and it’s sheer size, which allows for a broad range of options for occupation.
Over 320 Acres of Available Space:
- Land leasing
- Build to specification and lease
- Long leasehold sales
- Build to sell
- Build to own and operate
Hunterston PARC’s vision is to bring together energy intensive industries with low cost, on-site power and heat generation, offering a unique opportunity to develop innovative, self-sustaining and cost-effective net zero operations aimed at supporting the delivery of Scotland’s 2045 climate change targets.
Significant Development Opportunities
It offers a number of significant development opportunities ideally suited to:
- Energy and Power Generation
- Offshore Manufacture
- Recycling of Energy Assets
- Vessel Inspection and Repair
- Warehousing and Office Space
At a regional level, the recently announced Ayrshire Growth Deal, funded by both Scottish and UK governments and investment support from Scottish Enterprise, who are partnering in the PARC development. The North Ayrshire Local Development Plan 2 is expected to act as a major economic stimulus, which the site is ideally positioned to support. Hunterston PARC is central to this ambitious growth agenda.
The priority afforded to Hunterston PARC in national and local policy, places it at the forefront of Scotland’s strategy to be a major contributor to the local economy.
Hunterston PARC has the potential to transform its current economic prospects to drive regeneration and bring prosperity to the West Coast of Scotland.
At a regional level, the recently announced Ayrshire Growth Deal – funded by both Scottish and UK governments and investment support from Scottish Enterprise who are partnering in the PARC development. The North Ayrshire local development plan 2 – is expected to act as a major economic stimulus, which the site is ideally positioned to support. Hunterston Parc is central to this ambition growth agenda.
North Ayrshire provides a great workforce location, delivering a combination of amenities and attractions surrounded by natural beauty. The maritime theme is prevalent across the region and is a major centre for water sports including sailing – with the Firth of Clyde offering beautiful and sheltered sailing waters. Other attractions include:
- West Kilbride Golf Links
- Largs Golf Club
- Largs Yacht Haven
- Fairlie Quay Marina
- Kelburn Castle and Country Centre