A new data center project is being proposed in North Lincolnshire, UK.

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The proposal is on greenfield land south of A160 in South Killingholme, the ward of Ferry outside Grimsby. The project would see the development of a 309,000 sqm (3.3 million sq ft), three-building data center campus on 75.8 hectares.

First reported by GrimsbyLive, planning documents suggest the campus would offer up to 384MW and include an on-site substation.

The site would look to include a ‘horticultural glass house’ heated by the data center. Construction is expected to take three years.

The project is known as the Humber Technology Park, and is being proposed by Humber Tech Park Ltd. Little information is available about the company, but one of the directors listed on Companies House is affiliated with developer Greystoke Land.

Planning documents also reference Greystoke as a client.

On a dedicated but bare-bones website, the park is described as an ‘AI data center.’

Greystoke had previously planned a large data center campus in Hertfordshire but saw its application to build in Green Belt land denied by the government.