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

124 People


The creation of 124 sustainable employment opportunities, resulting in approximately £723,900 annually for the 215 individuals who benefited from training and work placement.

Thematic Maps

Siemens-Gamesa Suppliers
Green Port Growth Program Upskilling

Business Support Strand Beneficiary Companies
Business Support Strand Jobs Created

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