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Official opening of impressive new £5m liquid fertiliser terminal at Great Yarmouth

What: Official opening of Brineflow's impressive new liquid fertiliser terminal at Great Yarmouth Energy Park, in the presence of Brandon Lewis MP. This is a chance to tour the new large shoreside tanks and interview people from the key organisations.

Brineflow liquid fertiliser terminal

Overview: The near-£5m investment at Great Yarmouth Energy Park has cemented Great Yarmouth's reputation as a premier agribulk port that will drive productivity for farmers and growers across eastern England.

The project has also freed-up a prime development site on the Enterprise Zone, right beside the Outer Harbour, which will be promoted by the borough council to businesses in offshore wind farms and gas platform decommissioning, ensuring the borough is best placed to capture the significant jobs, investment and regeneration opportunities in these growing areas.

This win-win for the economy has been made possible through an amicable commercial agreement between Great Yarmouth Borough Council and Brineflow, along with funding from New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership and assistance from Norfolk County Council and Peel Ports Great Yarmouth.

The Energy Park is targeted at businesses related to the port, logistics or energy sectors, which need to be close to the port. Brineflow rely on proximity to the port to receive ship-borne fertiliser cargoes via a dedicated pipeline. Click here for more details of this project.

When: Wednesday, July 10th, at 11am

Where: South Denes Road, Great Yarmouth, NR30 3PJ. Parking is available on-site. Light refreshments will be served at noon.

Please RSVP: to John Fuller OBE 01493 809820, Mobile 07500 662255

Last modified on 11 July 2019

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