Investment Hotspots

Sunderland is open for business.

£1.2bn of private and public money is being invested in the city by 2024, an ambitious regeneration programme creating new opportunities in advanced manufacturing, financial and customer services, technology, distribution, retail and leisure.

The International Advanced Manufacturing Park (IAMP) opens up 150 hectares of prime development land to the north of Nissan UK. Designated a ‘Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project’ (NSIP), IAMP is a hub for automotive, advanced manufacturing and technology businesses, accelerating economic growth and stimulating private sector investment of more than £300 million.

Partnership working across public and private sectors is transforming the city centre, bringing first class office space, attractive living areas and lifestyle opportunities, including development of the former Vaux brewery site.

Build a factory, a distribution hub, or a research centre. Build offices, retail space, or new housing. Build a new future.

MAKE it Sunderland.

Vaux Site masterplan

A 5.5 hectare landmark site, the former Vaux Brewery is the most significant regeneration project in the city centre.

Artist impression of New Wear Crossing

The stunning new £117.6m bridge across the River Wear is opening up development sites with superb transport links.

IAMP site from above

The 150ha International Advanced Manufacturing Park is one of the most important development sites in the country.

Aerial shot of Port of Sunderland

8.3 hectares of development land with Enterprise Zone status benefitting from the Port’s near-sea location, road and rail links.

Siglion Seaburn Boulevard artist impression

Sunderland is a city by the sea, and the Seaburn project is creating opportunities for retail, leisure and residential development.

Chapelgarth masterplan

An exciting new housing development of up to 750 homes over 45 hectares, landscaped around village-style neighbourhoods.