"The would-be UK fertiliser miner, Sirius Minerals, released first-half results Thursday. One of those accounting phrases we were always taught to take seriously jumped out, an “emphasis of matter” from the auditors (with our, er, emphasis):
S106 money has to be used for the purpose intended.
One year in:
The old farmhouse was been demolished with some delay due to the bats, this site now houses temporary welfare facilities for the work force. The construction workers accommodation/village is not required. The company is much committed to 80% local workforce.
The power generation plant is under construction with Lockwood Beck shaft to start soon along with work at Teesport.
The shaft platforms at the mine site are all constructed.
Given the prestigious nature of these highly sought after positions; developing and constructing the worlds largest producing potash mine right here in the wonderful weird world of Whitby and the rather quaint National Park overlooking procedures is it prudent to have some professional interview skills to hand? Fiddlesticks.
"The NPA welcomes the Government’s intention to prohibit any surface development required for hydraulic fracturing within National Parks as this increases the protection afforded to these special areas (DECC Consultation 4 Nov 2015). However, the Regulations voted on today (16 December 2015) which allow fracking to occur below 1200m from drilling outside the boundary of a National Park undermine this intention and indeed the legislation protecting these areas, which do not stop at a certain depth below the surface.
Role Up Role Up ... for the Circus of Strange. Scarborough Borough Council (SBC) is Refreshing & Refocusing into 'An Era of Opportunity'. Off the wall, Cabinet: "Further growth potential up to and beyond 2020 prompts a need to both refresh and extend the Strategy.