York Potash - Harbour Facilities & MHF

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The installation of wharf/jetty facilities with two ship loaders capable of loading bulk dry material at a rate of 12m tons per annum (dry weight). Associated dredging operations to create berth. Associated storage building with conveyor to wharf/jetty. Including a materials handling facility (if not located at Wilton) served by a pipeline (the subject of a separate application) and conveyor to storage building and jetty.

"20/07/2016 - Deadline for Secretary of State to make decision

The Planning Inspectorate issued a report of recommendation to the Secretary of State on 20 April 2016. The Secretary of State has 3 months in which to issue a decision. The decision letter and report of recommendation will be published on this page of the website once a decision has been made."

Short but 'sweet'. 





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Pins in Donkeys

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SXX: Non-Executive Changes

12 May 2016   Sirius Minerals Plc Non-executive director change

Louise Hardy appointed to the board as an independent non-executive director

Stephen Pycroft steps down as a non-executive director  

Sirius Minerals Plc (AIM: SXX, OTCQX: SRUXY) ("Sirius" or the "Company") announces a non-executive director change. 

Louise Jane Hardy, 49, has joined the board.  She has over 25 years' experience in the engineering sector.  Louise currently has a part time executive role at Skanska, Civil Engineering UK and holds non-executive director roles at Ebbsfleet Development Corporation and Defence Infrastructure Organisation, both executive non-departmental public bodies sponsored by the Department for Communities and Local Government and the Ministry of Defence respectively.  Prior to this she was European Project Excellence Director at Aecom. 

Previously she worked for Laing O'Rourke, working as Infrastructure Director within CLM, which was the consortium delivery partner for the Olympic Delivery Authority for the London 2012 Olympics.  Louise is a Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers and a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute.      

Mr Stephen Gerard Pycroft has stepped down from the board after over two years of service to the Company due to increasing work commitments in his role as executive chairman of Mace.

Russell Scrimshaw, Chairman of Sirius said:

"On behalf of the board I would like to thank Stephen for his valuable involvement and support over the last few years especially in the development of our DFS and Project planning."

"Louise Hardy brings a wealth of experience in delivering large-scale construction projects and we are delighted to add her to our board."

Stephen Pycroft said:

"I'm proud to have been part of an exciting period at Sirius, during which time major steps forward have been achieved in the development of its North Yorkshire polyhalite project. 

"Whilst I am disappointed to be leaving the Board at this exciting time, I have known Louise Hardy well since Mace's involvement in the delivery of the London Olympics and I am delighted to support her appointment to the Sirius Board. 

"I intend to remain a shareholder in the company and look forward to acting in an advisory role where I can continue to work with the Board and management to help Sirius deliver this important project."

Directorships currently held by Louise Hardy are as follows:

•      Ebbsfleet Development Corporation  

•      Defence Infrastructure Organisation

 There is no further information regarding Louise Hardy that is required to be disclosed under Schedule Two, paragraph (g) (i)-(viii) of the AIM Rules for Companies.

The share options previously granted to Stephen Pycroft will lapse in accordance with the terms of the Company's Share Option Plan."

Mustav been those Northern Lights ...

Fare thee well oh Mace of Shard :-)


Parallel lines ... or ne'er the t'wain shall meet.

Olympians :-) http://www.wes.org.uk/content/louise-hardy-bsc-ceng-fice-cmgr-fcmi-fwes