BRIGHTON TRANSPORT HUB LAND RELEASE SELLING NOW
12 hectares (approx) of prime industrial land available now in the high demand Brighton Transport Hub industrial estate. Direct road and rail links from this site with the major Tasmanian transport and associated companies based on the estate including Toll Tasmania, TasRail, Transfreight Services, Roberts Limited, Supagas, SRT Logistics, Royal Wolf Shipping Containers, Allied Pickfords and Grace Removals just to name a few.
This development comprises 24 fully serviced industrial lots ranging in size from 1700 m2 to 1.3 hectares. Be quick to secure your site as Lots 27,29,30,31,44,45 and the adjoining 16 hectare site, stage 2, have now sold.
- Southern Tasmania purpose built transport hub linking Tasmania to the world through rail road and sea
- Fully serviced industrial zoned land release. with 22 lots ranging in size from 1700 m2 to 1.3 hectares.
- Level to gently undulating construction-ready sites.
Brighton Transport Hub Project Overview: The Brighton Transport Hub represents the single, biggest change to the freight transport sector for many years. The project was initiated by the Tasmanian government in 2007 and through DIER, the intermodal transport hub was constructed.
Following the establishment of Tas Rail in December 2009, Tas Rail worked with DIER to identify, understand and assess the potential implications and opportunities of the hub. This included the business case to support Tas Rail taking on the role of hub operator and ultimate manager of the facility, with responsibility for both the hardstand and warehouse zones. In December 2012, Tas Rail announced that it had signed national transport company Toll, as its anchor tenant at the hub. Toll subsequently invested $20 million in new facilities at the hub, paving the way for the relocation of rail operations from Macquarie Point in Hobart to the Brighton Transport Hub in June 2014.
1. Set a new standard for intermodal freight terminals
2. Enable Tas Rail to play a leading role in the provision of freight logistics for both road and rail and road
3. Provide a focal point for the consolidation and deconsolidation of freight
4. Reduce transit times between Hobart and Northern ports
The information contained herein has been supplied to us and we have no reason to doubt its accuracy, however, cannot guarantee it. Accordingly, all interested parties should make their own enquiries to verify this information.
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