Providing waterfront premises for a range of leading marine businesses
Few places in Europe can rival Plymouth for its rich cultural, natural and marine assets. The spectacular waterfront city has ambitious plans for growth, offering exciting opportunities for businesses operating in the South West.
At the heart of this is Turnchapel Wharf - a 14 acre business park on the Cattewater in east Plymouth. Previously a Ministry of Defence site, Turnchapel Wharf has undergone a major transformation into a modern, thriving space providing waterfront offices, workshops and warehouses for a wide range of marine companies.
30,000 sqftOffice Space
10,000 sqftIndustrial Units
6 AcresOutdoor Storage
400 metresCommercial Deepwater Berthing
50 tonMobile Boat Hoist
Over 20Businesses based on-site
24/7Secure Access and CCTV
We offer modern, secure facilities for businesses including offices, workshops, classrooms, storage and marine services.
Turnchapel Wharf is home to a growing network of businesses from local to international firms, from SMEs to industry leaders.
Read our latest updates on safe working procedures on-site.
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A Devon business who specialise in using Artificial Intelligence for manned and unmanned vessels has moved into a new head office at Turnchapel Wharf, Plymouth.Find out more
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Turnchapel Wharf in Plymouth has become the epicenter for marine autonomy in the UK with pioneering technology being developed, launched, and trailed from the waterfront site in Plymouth.Find out more
The solar-powered research boat will aim to traverse the Atlantic Ocean next year with no humans on board.Find out more
"Few places can rival Plymouth for its rich natural and marine assets, making it the perfect place to marine enterprise. I look forward to welcoming you to Turnchapel Wharf and showing your what facilities we have on offer."
- Ryan Bonney, Site Manager