The 415-acre brownfield site consists of land previously occupied by the Coryton Oil Refinery.

Part of the old refinery site is already being used for Thames Oilport fuel terminal, which is now open for fuel supply. Thames Enterprise Park makes up the remainder of the site and is one of the largest industrial sites in the Northern Thames Gateway, which itself is North West Europe’s largest single regeneration initiative.

The site benefits from a number of strategic advantages, including location, scale and connectivity. Together, this will help to deliver a truly transformative scheme with local, regional and national benefits.


  • 33 miles from central London.

  • 14 miles from the M25 and Dartford Crossing.

  • 5 miles to the A13.

  • Removed from residential properties.


  • Huge potential to accommodate a wide variety of job-creating businesses.

  • One of the largest brownfield sites in Thames Gateway Few sites of comparable size exist in the South East.


  • Excellent road network links.

  • Connected to mainline rail infrastructure.

  • Located on the River Thames with direct access to DP World.

  • 6 River Thames jetties on site, with 3 already being used by Thames Oilport.