Tyseley Energy Park

What is Tyseley Energy Park

Tyseley Energy Park (TEP) is a 10 acre development site in central Birmingham. The site is owned by one of the oldest manufacturing firms in Birmingham who are aligning themselves with UKs dynamic renewables sector. This presents an exciting opportunity for companies from the green technologies sector looking to develop their business within a strategically important site that has not been on the open market for 165 years.

Where is Tyseley Energy Park

Tyseley Energy Park is situated 2.5 miles (4 kilometres) south east of Birmingham City Centre. Direct access is gained off the A45 Small Heath Highway. The A45 is known as the gateway to Birmingham, linking the centre of the City with Birmingham Airport and all major transport routes to the east.

The site is located within the Tyseley Environment Enterprise District (TEED) an established industrial regeneration area. TEED aims to develop Tyseley as a principal location in Birmingham for CO2 reduction and low carbon aims through encouraging recycling, energy production and renewables including manufacturing and supply chain development.

Address: Webster and Horsfall Holdings Ltd, Hay Mills, Birmingham, B25 8DW

Why Birmingham

Birmingham City Councils ambitions to become a green sustainable city by Cllr Lisa Tricket.

How to find out more about Tyseley Energy Park / Contacts

For general enquiries, contact:

David Horsfall
Planning and Development Surveyor

Tel: 07779 108562
Email: [email protected]

Webster & Horsfall Holdings Ltd
Hay Mills, Birmingham
West Midlands, B25 8DW UK
Tel: +44 (0)121 772 2555
Fax: +44 (0)121 766 5816

 

Why Tyseley Energy Park

Tyseley Energy Park Phase 1 has already benefited from £47.8 million capital investment towards a state of-the-art Waste Wood Advanced thermal Technology  Biomass Power Station. This plant processes 72,000 tonnes of waste timber to produce 10.4MWe electricity. 9MW electricity is exported to the national grid and the balance is fed into Webster and Horsfall Ltds manufacturing operation. This first phase of development also brought forward much of the estate road as well as the infrastructure for a heat main distribution network which is capable of exporting low grade heat across the site if a suitable application can be found.

This Biomass Power Station reduces our carbon footprint by 107,000 tonnes of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) per annum and provides 19 full time local jobs.

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Phase 2 will bring forward 2.5 acres of development land that is set to deliver a high profile green refuelling facility. Phases 3 and 4 will bring forward a further 5.5 acres of development.

Phase 3 will release 2.5 acres of development and land phase 4 will release a further 3 acres.  A number of parties have expressed an interest in the remaining phases of Tyseley Energy park which is set to deliver an exciting mix of operations from the green energy, waste and recycling sector.

 

 

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