Thames Freeport

Thames Freeport
Authority:
Partners: Association of South Essex Local Authorities, Barking and Dagenham Council, Basildon Council, Be First, Brentwood Council, Castle Point Council, Essex Chamber of Commerce, Essex County Council, London First, Opportunity South Essex, Port of London Authority, Rail Freight Group, Rochford Council, Southend Council, Thames Estuary Growth Board, Thurrock Business Board, Thurrock Council South East LEP
Contact:
Website: thamesfreeport.com
Transport Connections:
The Freeport will link sites along the estuary by river into the heart of the largest market in Europe via operational wharves helping to reshape urban logistics, alleviating road congestion and reducing pollution along the A13 corridor.

This is where road and river dovetail – seamless integration of global freight into local supply chains – as Ford builds on its advanced technology capabilities to electrify, connect and automate vehicle solutions in-and-around the freeport.
Location:
Port of Tilbury, Ford Dagenham, London Gateway
Storage:
1,700 ACRES OF DEVELOPMENT LAND
Facilities and Services:
£400 MILLION FRESH PORT INVESTMENT
London Gateway has 10m square foot of land with planning consent.
Forth Ports is completing its latest major expansion at Tilbury2, with nearly 400 acres of land being prepared for development.
Ford’s engine plant at Dagenham and Thames Enterprise Park development site cover in excess of 1,700 acres.