Drone footage allows investors to see scale and potential of Kingston Parklands

Friday, September 23rd, 2016

Stoneferry Estates director Tom Healey hopes aerial drone footage of the Kingston Parklands site will help investors see how much potential the massive 11.2-acre site could have.

Featuring a bird’s eye view of Hull’s docks, the film takes in a wide range of city landmarks by drone – including the P&O Ferry Terminal, BP Saltend and the Siemens wind turbine development.

The footage was filmed to showcase the Kingston Parklands development – 11.2 acres of prime commercial land on Hedon Road in Hull.

Now, Mr Healey hopes it will enable investors to visualize the scale of the site’s potential and see its close proximity to Hull's docks – the gateway to Europe and any future offshore renewable energy projects.

He said: “Kingston Parklands has the potential to be a world class development as part of the Humber Green Port Corridor project.

“With the likes of Siemens and other renewable energy giants investing heavily in Hull and its highly-skilled workforce, we know other global companies are looking to do the same.

“This drone footage allows them to see the size and scale of the site and we believe it will capture the imagination of investors who are thinking about it as a possible location."

Speaking about the benefits of the site’s location, Mr Healey added: “One of the best aspects about being located in an Enterprise Zone is the tax breaks a company can receive – they can be substantial.

“This is an unrivalled opportunity for a company or organisation to be at the heart of a city with a proud industrial heritage and a bright manufacturing future, regardless of which sector they operate in.”

For more details or to arrange an on-site visit, email tom@stoneferryestates.co.uk or call (01482) 363646 today.

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