London Thamesport has set aside an area of 40 acres (16 ha) for future development of container operations and the further provision of Port-centric facilities.
Adjacent to the port, a 405 acre (164 ha) brownfield site has recently received outline planning permission for development of warehousing, distribution facilities and other Port related activities. This site provides an exciting opportunity to develop purpose-built distribution facilities at one of the UK’s leading container ports.
The Thamesport Interchange is an independent investment opportunity offered by the National Grid and has recently received outline planning permission to build 5 million sq ft of logistics related facilities. A private road linking the facilities to London Thamesport is planned to further develop the number of port-centric opportunities available to Port users.
Additionally, in close proximity to the Port there are a number of other development projects proposed that will offer to third parties the opportunity to provide logistics solutions to end-users.
The nearby Kingsnorth Logistic Park site is also an independent development with recently approved planning permission, and will soon offer additional warehousing and distribution facilities.