Green Port Impact Assessment

An analysis of the socio-economic-environmental data
from Green Port Hull’s activity in the Hull and East Riding region, using Siemens Gamesa
and ABP’s Blade Factory investment as a case study.


Method

A mixed methodology (quantitative and qualitative), using socio-economic-environmental baseline indicators, together with a detailed Green Port Hull strand analysis, to develop a mechanism for assessing the impact of Green Port Hull on the region.



Key Indicators

Economic Multiplier

1.47


For every £1 of investment, an additional 47 pence will be generated in the disposable income of the local economy of the Humber.
Employment

1,063 Jobs


Direct Employment creation (Siemens Gamesa): Creation of 1,063 jobs with a potential for an additional 627 supporting jobs based on the latest employment multiplier data for the UK manufacturing sector
Gross Value Added (GVA)

£71.3m


Direct employment by Siemens Gamesa may contribute up to £71.3m to the GVA of Hull
Pathway to Employment

76 People


The creation of 76 sustainable employment opportunities, resulting in benefits saved between £228,820 and £288,891.

Thematic Maps

Siemens-Gamesa Suppliers
Green Port Growth Program Upskilling

Sample of thematic maps highlighting early findings. Click here for additional thematic maps

GIA Publications

Green Port Impact Assessment Report
Siemens-Gamesa Resident Survey Summary Sheet
Skills and Employment Impact