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.
Well well well where do we begin ... who needs York Potash to build a mine? ... Some members of Whitby Town Council believe the Mine could be built by employing 31 people and they should tunnel from the Middlesborough end through to Doves Nest and shove the spoil back as they go along - bucket and spade anyone? Members of the Town Council clearly defensive of their tourism business that have built up over the last twenty years ... thriving are they? Am surprised the traffic can take the stress all those racing high spending visitors in curiosity shops, tea shops and chip shops.
Following directly on from the Presentation by York Potash to Members of the National Park Authority on Monday It became clearly apparent how unprepared certain Members were and are, and, as some Members blatantly exhibited their lack of basic knowledge on the project, either through sheer bone idleness, indifference, arrogance or just acting plain dumb it took me back to the Presentation at Scarborough Town Hall way back in June 2012.
York Potash confirms it is intending to submit their second planning application for a Potash mine to the NYMNPA the last week of July 2014. With only 9 weeks away for the re-designed Minehead to be submitted, and with public consultations yet to be finalised there is time to wander ...