Firth of Forth Proposed as Scotland’s Green Port

Dylan Macdonald Forth Ports

Forth Ports, Scotland’s largest ports operator and owner of seven Scottish ports on the east coast, has today intimated to the Scottish Government that it will submit a proposal for a Green Port encompassing key ports, industrial complexes and logistics centres along the north and south shores of the Firth of Forth and at Edinburgh Airport.

Ambitious renewable energy hub plans unveiled for the Port of Leith

Mark McIntyre Forth Ports

£40million private investment will underpin Scotland’s economic recovery and energy transition plans Forth Ports today (25th May, 2021) unveils ambitious proposals for the creation of Scotland’s largest and best located renewable energy hub on a 175 acre site at the Port of Leith – supporting Scotland’s economic recovery and energy transition plans and the achievement of Scotland’s net zero carbon …

Thames Freeport ‘open for business’ after winning Government backing

Mark McIntyre Forth Ports

Thames Freeport today announced that it was open to do business with new customers, hours after the Government announced that it would be one of eight new freeports in England. Thames Freeport is a digitally linked economic zone connecting Ford’s world-class Dagenham engine plant, the global ports at London Gateway and Tilbury, and many communities in urgent need of ‘levelling-up’. …

Thames Freeport lodge bid with Government

Mark McIntyre Forth Ports

The bid consortium promoting the Thames Freeport has lodged their comprehensive bid with the Government for a digitally-linked economic zone connecting Ford’s world-class Dagenham engine plant, the global ports at London Gateway and Tilbury, large development employment areas and many river communities in need of regeneration. Alongside the bid document, the team has unveiled a film outlining the vision for …