La Briqueterie Business Park
Presentation of the La Briqueterie business park
The La Briqueterie business park is a prime location for businesses seeking a tertiary location for their offices, small crafts, and equipment. Situated on 9.6 hectares of land in the Grand Calais territory, the park offers excellent transportation options for businesses, including the Channel Tunnel and the 1st roll-on/roll-off port in continental Europe, making it a leading multimodal hub. Additionally, the region is the premier French hub for combined rail-road transport, with two rail-highway terminals and the Calais-Fréthun TGV station.
The business park has a total area of 9.6 hectares, with 6.7 hectares still available for development. Available lots range in size from 1,600 m² to 3,800 m² and can be tailored to meet the technical needs of businesses. The Calais-Fréthun TGV station, which is adjacent to the park, provides excellent connectivity for companies looking to expand internationally.
Accessibility of the La Briqueterie business park
Located at the crossroads of Paris, London, and Brussels, the La Briqueterie business park is in the center of the Opal Coast, just 44 km from Dunkirk and 34 km from Boulogne-sur-Mer. It offers easy access to major transportation networks, including the European highways A16 and A26, the Fréthun freight marshalling yard, the Eurotunnel terminal, and the Port of Calais. The park is also within close proximity to several international airports, including Brussels, Lille, Paris, and London.
- Highway: European highways A16 & A26.
- Calais-Fréthun TGV station a few minutes' walk away
- Freight station: Fréthun freight marshalling yard, connected to major freight networks
- Eurotunnel terminal and Port of Calais nearby
- International airports: Brussels, Lille, Paris, London
- Business and freight airport 5 km away
By road, Calais is located:
- 1 hour from Lille
- 1 hour 30 minutes from Brussels
- 30 minutes from the Belgian border
- 2 hours from Paris
By train, Calais is located:
- 1 hour 15 minutes from Brussels
- 1 hour from London
- 1 hour 30 minutes from Paris
Ecosystem of the La Briqueterie business park
The business park has a diverse and dynamic economic fabric, with major industrial players such as Alcatel Submarine Networks, Graftech, Meccano, and Interor, and one of the largest logistics areas in the north of Paris.
With a population of 105,269 inhabitants, the area has a pool of qualified and available labor to meet the needs of businesses.
What are the land characteristics of the La Briqueterie business park?
The La Briqueterie business park is a concerted development zone (ZAC) that complies with the "Water Law" regulation.
The available lots can be subdivided to accommodate the technical constraints of various projects, making it a dynamic and connected business park.