The development of the pioneering Goole Intermodal Terminal will unlock the potential of Capitol Park Goole, according to leading Yorkshire developer Sterling Capitol.
Mike Heydecke, director of Leeds-based Sterling Capitol, welcomed the announcement of a £2.1m grant for the 29-acre terminal from the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership, saying it was “tremendous news for Capitol Park and tremendous news for Goole”.
The cash boost was announced by Northern Powerhouse minister Andrew Percy, who is also the MP for Brigg and Goole.
Heydecke said: “The Goole Intermodal Terminal will draw together the town's existing rail, sea, motorway and inland waterway links into one site providing an integrated transport facility for business. This facility will offer companies the opportunity of seamless movement of goods; from ship to road, ship to rail or ship to barge and vice versa.”