The Opportunity

The UK’s most important advanced manufacturing location

Infinity Park Derby is a unique collaboration between Derby City Council, the Harpur Crewe Estate, Rolls-Royce and developers Cedar House, Wilson Bowden and Peveril Securities.

The Park is located to the south of the city, next to the world headquarters of Rolls-Royce Civil Aerospace and within 15 minutes of OEMs such as Toyota Manufacturing (UK), Alstom and JCB. Plots are available on a design-and-build basis.

Major international brands choose Derby because of the city’s preeminence as a UK centre for manufacturing. These businesses, along with their supply chains, are building on the areas great strength in traditional and innovative manufacturing, R&D and engineering. Derby’s highly skilled workforce, and its academic strength in engineering and technology, has enabled it to adapt to meet the needs of advanced manufacturers from across the world, who are also attracted by its central location and exceptional transport links.

At the park’s heart is the iHub, an £11.8m ‘Centre for Supply Chain Innovation in Transport Engineering’ which hosts Enscite, established as a collaboration between Universities to provide access to cutting edge research and technology transfer to supply chain companies in the aerospace, automotive and rail sectors.

  • A joint enterprise between six leading entities
  • Available on a design-and-build basis

Nuclear AMRC Midlands

Construction of the UK’s latest Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (NAMRC) has reached practical completion at Infinity Park Derby. The 46,728 sq ft facility will link industrial supply chains with cutting edge research in zero carbon energy technologies. Backed by HM Government, Derby City Council and the University of Derby, and delivered by the park’s development partnership, the NAMRC facility further establishes Infinity Park Derby as a major national centre for industry and innovation.

At the apex of industry: Oregon Timber Frame

Practical completion has been reached on a new £45m, 186,000 sq ft state-of-the-art production facility at Infinity Park
Derby for Oregon Timber Frame.

Oregon, one of the country’s largest timber frame manufacturers, is owned by Barratt Homes, and will support the homebuilder’s
commitment to become carbon neutral in its operations by 2030.

The energy efficienty build includes solar PV, air source heat pumps and LED lighting, plus 10% of the car parking spaces benefit from
EV charging points.

Nick Richardson, MD at Wilson Bowdon Developments, said: “The close proximity of a highly skilled labour force and Infinity Park’s location at the apex to the Golden Triangle, means it is a perfect location for Oregon.”

Your perfect building

Design & build
up to 380,000 sq ft

Buildings at Infinity Park are available on a design and build basis, tailored to your specific requirements. Outline planning is in place and there is plentiful power to support diverse operational needs.

Ready to go

Site infrastructure is largely complete. The principal access road is delivered, the development plateaued levelled and ready, enabling work to start as soon as terms are agreed.

Our delivery promise

With planning and site infrastructure in place and development plateaus prepared, we can reach practical completion on your bespoke building within 18 months of agreement of terms.

  • 100 acres of mixed-use commercial development
  • Buildings starting from 10,000 sq ft
  • Excellent transport links

Savings and support in the Enterprise Zone

Infinity Park Derby has Enterprise Zone status, providing benefits for occupiers, including potential:

• Enhanced capital allowances
• Assistance with local recruitment

Additional benefits include assistance with familiarisation visits for staff, access to grants via the Derby City Council Economic Growth Team and incubation, training and consultancy support from Enscite.

Infinity Park Derby also enjoys access to programmes such as the Ascend Programme, together with support from Derby City Council and D2N2 (Local Enterprise Partnership).