Infinity Park

Innovation Centre Infinity Park 

Project Update -

  • 105 jobs created (by end Quarter 3, 2018/19).
  • Estimated jobs created over lifetime of project - 4,472 jobs.
  • 0 homes created (by end Quarter 3, 2018/19).
  • Estimated homes created over lifetime of project - 382 homes.

Infinity Park is a 100 acre commercial and technology park, located just south of Derby city centre.

It is being developed as a collaboration between partners Derby City Council, the Harpur Crewe Estate, Rolls-Royce and developers Cedar House, Wilson Bowden and Peveril Securities.

Infinity Park is one of the sites in the Nottingham and Derby Enterprise Zone. The EZ’s strategic development is overseen by the D2N2 LEP.

EZ sites nationally offer companies located there benefits including business rate discounts and enhanced capital allowances on first year investment in plant and machinery, as well as support from UK Trade and Investment to help reach overseas markets.

At Infinity Park’s heart is the iHub, an £11.8m ‘Centre for Supply Chain Innovation in Transport Engineering’; which specialises in hosting research and technology firms relating to the aerospace, automotive and rail sectors.

In July 2016 the Park officially opened the T12 Link Road (known as Infinity Park Way), connecting it to the existing A50 main road.

D2N2 is investing £12.9million in Infinity Park’s roads and other infrastructure over six years, through its LGF allocation.

For more information about Infinity Park Derby see its website at