Aeternum’s Energy Park portfolio expands with a further site acquisition.
Aeternum, the specialist infrastructure developer, has added to its growing portfolio of Energy Parks by contracting to acquire a 35 acre site in Lancashire. The site will be safely decommissioned and modified, before being converted to an Energy Park to provide sources of low carbon renewable energy.
The masterplan for the site has yet to be finalised, but will mirror the approach of other Aeternum Energy Parks at Bromborough and Castleford, incorporating a mix of industrial and residential uses. The acquisition is the latest step towards Aeternum’s goal of developing a number of integrated renewable Energy Parks across the UK, focussed on providing renewable fuel and power, and skilled employment opportunities.
Most recently, Aeternum have announced the start of production of commercial biolubricants at its facility in Bromborough, on the Wirral.
David Frohnsdorff, Partner at Aeternum, said:
“Our most recent site acquisition is great news for Aeternum as we continue to expand our portfolio of Energy Parks.
“We look forward to converting the site and creating new, employment opportunities for the many skilled engineers that live in the local area.”