iPort | Business Doncaster



Aerial image of iPort, Doncaster

Names such as Amazon, Fellowes, Lidl and Ceva Logistics are already committed or onsite at iPort, Doncaster, one of the largest commercial developments with planning permission in the UK.

The 6 million sq ft strategic intermodal logistics park now benefits from direct access from junction 3 of the M18, via the newly opened Great Yorkshire Way.  The three mile long link road, costing £56m supports the development of Doncaster as a major logistics hub.

iPort boasts 337 acres of developable greenfield land and an impressive 35 acre Strategic Rail freight Terminal providing units with direct rail access. The development has outline planning consent and funding in place for the construction of up to six million sq ft of logistics space with flexible units ranging from 100,000sq ft to 1.2 million sq ft.

iPort Doncaster is located only 4 miles away from Doncaster Sheffield Airport, with an extension to Great Yorkshire Way underway by 2017.  Its central location provides easy access to the Humber Ports and motorway network of M18, M1 and A1.

iPort Rail

iPort Rail in Doncaster will become operational in 2018, making it the UK’s newest intermodal inland rail freight hub.

Sitting on 30 acres within the 337-acre iPort logistics park, this independently-operated, high volume, secure container site will offer 24/7 access to customers, with state-of-the-art facilities designed to minimise downtime and link quickly to national and international freight networks.

The iPort developers, Verdion will be putting up two further speculative buildings for completion in autumn 2018, these will be 120,000 sq ft and 60,000 sq ft respectively.

Download the iPort Rail brochure here

iPort Academy

A dedicated iPort Academy has been established to support recruitment and training for prospective tenants, helping the local workforce access new opportunities and further training. 


Contact Tim Hazeltine on +44 (0)1302 862465 or via tim.hazeltine@doncaster.gov.uk; to find out more or visit http://iportuk.com/


iPort Rail brochure