Coastal Erosion

Doggerbank & The 'Ivory' Coast

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Scarborough Council is set to form a task group to provide a strategic plan for Scarborough Harbour.  No doubt under the auspicious eye of the the Portfolio holder Mike Cockerill and the Overview & Scrutiny  Board Chair Steve Siddons.  Both of whom freely admit that depsite headlining the recently dissolved  Ports  Development group that they failed.  No doubt they will seem fit to oversee & head up the proposed Harbours Task Group.   With recent questions asked of the future of Scarborough Harbour it seems fitting to look at some of the past associations, fossil style.

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Scarborough Spa Slope Stabilisation Scheme

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Work is about to start on protecting the Jewel in Scarborough's crown, the Spa.   A project overview for the works was presented at Town Hall on 8th September.   The three keys working harmoniously include:  

(A Walters & J Dewsbury) Planning & Landscape Architect - RPS, P Ellis, Geotechnical - Coffey, G Dewe, Construction & Contracts - Balfour Beatty.  

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Flagpole for the Futurist?

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Wots 'appening at the 'Futurist'?   Nobody seems to know.... not for lack of trying. Negotiations are still ongoing with Flamingoland, behind closed doors. 

Was this built back when the Futurists fate was first feted?

http://www.thescarboroughnews.co.uk/nostalgia/nostalgia-warwick-revolvin...

Hmmm ... was that a hint?

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Boulby - Bursting at the Seams?

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Rumours today have been circulating on the boards, and of much credibility, cough,  via The Times, that Boulby Mine, operated by ICL (Israel Chemicals Ltd) is in potential danger of bursting by its own babble.  The author of the article posted in The Times has been identified as Marcus Leroux, an Industrial  Correspondent whose previous  'works' have followed Rio Tinto and BHP - see here: http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/public/profile/Marcus-Leroux.

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Lifeboat - House

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Scarborough's Lifeboat needs a new 'house'.   Currently equipped with a Mersey ALB (all weather life boat) that is nearing its 25 year life span this is to be replaced with a new boat Shannon Class All Weather Life Boat (ALB).  However the new Shannon Class will not fit into the exisiting Life Boat house together wth the Inshore Life Boat (ILB).  The RNLI need both boats to provide a level of service for the East Coast.

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