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for benefitting from billions of pounds of investment in energy, including in offshore windfarms and gas platform decommissioning. Beacon Park is a good example of where investment in infrastructure, such as these units and the link road, is unlocking space for businesses to grasp these huge opportunities, invest further and create jobs.


“The completion of these high- specification units is the latest phase in what has been a busy year at Beacon Park, which has welcomed several new energy sector occupiers and is much better connected thanks to the link road. The units are now available for sale or rent – and there has already been some strong interest.”


SPECIFICATIONS


The units measure approximately 25,000 sq ft and 12,000 sq ft, of which about 10% in each is office space. The high-specification development includes secure vehicle turning, loading and unloading areas, dedicated car parking space and generous levels of landscaping.


Chris Starkie, Managing Director of New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership, commented: “We’re delighted to see Beacon Park continue to go from strength to strength, offering a vibrant home for businesses to thrive, creating jobs and growing the local economy. “These units create a fantastic opportunity for existing and new companies to locate themselves in the heart of the Enterprise Zone, with all the benefits that follow, including a discount on business rates, superfast broadband and proximity to some of the key players on our all-energy coastline.”


PRIDE


Edward Moore, Director of ELM Contracts, added: “ELM Contracts is pleased to be handing over these units, having previously completed their two sister units nearby. ELM Contracts is a Great Yarmouth-based construction company and is proud to be part of the Beacon Park story.”


Gt Yarmouth Borough Council SCAN/CLICK WEBSITE HIGHLIGHTS OPPORTUNITIES


Charity-run website ‘icanbea…’ is supporting a council strategy to show young people the wealth of career opportunities both on the doorstep and also just off the coast


Originally focusing on Norfolk oil & gas opportunities, the Mason Trust’s icanbea project was greatly expanded thanks to a partnership with Suffolk County Council in 2015. The site aims to ‘connect workforces with workplaces’ throughout Suffolk, Norfolk and beyond for energy, renewables and all the region’s growth areas.


SOCIAL MEDIA


Relaunched in October, the platform now includes careers information and videos for 19 industries and a directory of nearly 200 locally operating organisations who provide news, industry information and live careers and apprenticeship opportunities through their own profiles. In addition, job role suggestions with links to online career path information combine to provide a persistent online careers fair that’s free for students, parents, teachers, jobseekers and employers – all in a familiar social media wrapper where ‘like’ and ‘follow’ options allow a personalised, relevant experience.


MAKING THE RIGHT CONNECTIONS


Teaching young people to recognise regional organisations and their contributions to exciting and expanding sectors, icanbea showcases them not just as logos or advertisers but vitally as potential career providers.


Founder of the Mason Trust, Yvonne Mason is also the CEO of Future Marine Services Group explained: “Who actually knows industry and all that it offers better than those working within it? By connecting these companies with young people in a user-friendly way we hope to show the young people how they can scope out, plan and approach their potential career paths in either a company or a sector.”


WEBSITE AIMS AND REASONING


The website aims to give those organisations a direct platform from which they can reach that audience – the future resource for their business and projects. The huge regional wind energy projects


are a perfect example of the need for this type of platform as many job-searches, public facing websites and networking apps are not always concise or inviting enough for the younger audience. If young people are made aware of how to access the industry at the right point in their development, offshore wind and its supply chain could benefit from large numbers of highly skilled professionals that could easily come from this region.


SCAN/CLICK MORE INFO icanbea


MARKET OPPORTUNITIES


MORE INFO


www.windenergynetwork.co.uk


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