A 30-acre site on the bank of the Humber with “huge development potential” has gone on the market.
The plot at St Andrews Quay in Hull, which also sits off the A63 trunk road beyond the retail park, is currently unused.
Dave Garness, of commercial property specialists Garness Jones, is handling the sale of the site on behalf of administrators.
He says no ruling has been made on what the land can be used for and says it has potential to attract more employment to the region.
Mr Garness said: “This is a rare opportunity at a site which has great potential to create a special new development on the banks of the Humber so we are very keen to speak to any interested parties wishing to purchase and apply their vision to this site.
“St Andrew’s Quay is, of course, already a well-established commercial location which boasts great transport links given it sits on the A63, so it has obvious appeal.”
Other Humber projects with which Garness Jones is involved include the 200 acre Melton West Business Park and, on the south bank, the 58-acre Humber Gate industrial development in Grimsby.