Business Parks

Hereford Enterprise Zone

The Rotherwas Estate covers approximately 120 hectares on the south eastern edge of the city, and is home to over 100 businesses, providing employment for in excess of 4000 people. 

Working with the Marches Local Enterprise Partnership, the Herefordshire Business Board was successful in its bid for Enterprise Zone (EZ) status for Rotherwas. The EZ, which focuses on creating high quality employment in a number of specific business clusters, including defence related industries, will deliver an estimated 6500 new jobs by attracting new business into the county as well as supporting new and existing local enterprises.

Hereford Futures is working on behalf of Herefordshire Council and the Business Board to ensure that the required infrastructure is in place to support this growth.

For more information, contact Nick Webster on 01432 260601 or nwebster@herefordshire.gov.uk

Moreton Business Park

Located 3 miles north of Hereford on the A49, Moreton Business Park is one of the premier business locations in the county. Hereford Futures worked in partnership with Herefordshire Council in support of the owners of the park to successfully remove constraints that hindered further expansion of this thriving development.

For more information, contact Andrew Horner at Great West 2003 Ltd, on 01432 761454 or 07900 893238.

Three Elms Trading Estate

The Three Elms Trading Estate provides excellent opportunities for businesses looking for good access to the city centre.  Already home to a number of vibrant and successful businesses, the site has capacity to accommodate new tenants, so to discuss your requirements please contact Ian Higgs at Herefordshire Council on 01432 260849 or ihiggs@herefordshire.gov.uk  

New Livestock Market

Located on the Roman Road just to the north west of Hereford, the auctioneer’s hammer fell for the first time at this site in June 2011.  Built as one of the first steps to redeveloping the old city-centre site, this prominent location provides a focal point for the county’s burgeoning livestock industry and the market is already trading well beyond levels seen at the old building. For further information contact Hereford Market Auctioneers.

Alongside it, space is being developed for agricultural businesses and further sites are available. To discuss your requirements, contact Ian Higgs at Herefordshire Council on 01432 260849 or ihiggs@herefordshire.gov.uk