"Sirius Minerals has confirmed that the construction of its polyhalite project at the newly named Woodsmith Mine site near Whitby is due to start this month (April). Some site works, involving vegetation removal and minor soil stripping have already commenced, though this doesn’t amount to a formal “commencement of construction”.
"Chris Fraser, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, said:
"It has been a long-stated intention of the Company to move to the Main Market and we are delighted to be continuing to deliver on our goals as we move forward with the timely delivery of our Woodsmith Mine."
According to Sirius CEO Chris Frazer interviewed on BBC Radio York the York Potash Mine will be named this Friday, today. After much fun and speculation as to what this re-naming could be, should be or would be tis time to take some consideration to what he actually said, and sniff out some pointers, bullet style -)
The York Potash Project is finally on it's way, with cash in the bank (thanks to Ms Gina Rinehart) the preparatory works to be agreed with NYMNPA and environmental mitigation measures are at the forefront of the Project's construction programme:
The Construction Method Statement (CMS) can be found here:
Sirius Minerals Plc (the "Company") previously announced on 3 November 2016 the publication of a Circular in connection with a General Meeting of the Company, to be held at 11.00 am on 24 November 2016 at De Vere West One, 9-10 Portland Pl, Marylebone, London W1B 1PR, United Kingdom.