Things are definitely heating up. I am normally a placid person but even I have got a tad tense about the whole "This will hit tourism" argument. Visitors, including our family, go to Whitby to be by the sea and walk along the interesting cobbled streets and enjoy the quirkiness of the town. I find it incredulous that the wonderful scenery, from the heights of the Abbey, will be spoilt by the mine. Infact, I don't see this area being marred but improved by the mine. The roads do need an upgrade, but I have never experienced a tail back to Dove's Nest Farm site. The blocks they intend to use in the screening of the mine will actively promote flora and fauna. It is the most sympathetic build that I have ever encountered. I am pleased that SXX aren't rolling over without reacting to the negative information disseminating from certain quarters. ATB BB
Pistols @ Dawn
So things are hotting up now.. Interesting RNS update - counter shot me thinks in light of the obviously 'well informed' planning chief - who is now questioning the whole project and seems to think that PolyHaylite hasn't a place in the global market ??? Errr... anyone see a UFO fly over the NYMNP and an alien appear looking like CF? Interesting to see how the market has reacted so far this morning (days not done yet though of course) perhaps it's better that we've had some negative feedback - otherwise the SP would be down 20% by now on any 'positive' news? I can see things getting ugly and tense during the run up to 'D' day - question remains though - Who's got the balls..? Texas holdem people..
borolad - agree that it is important that this doesn't come off as a fix or an easy ride or that it encourages multiple industries to come in and ruin the environment. SXX has already worked very hard to make this as little damaging as possible and the other institutes are there to help protect the countryside. Looks a bit as if the markets are having an initial panic that this isn't a walk in the park although that should have been clear from the outset, but what's new, huh! Roll on July.
Madchick I agree with you it is nice to see the responses Trooper obviously they seem to be reading your requests. There's one thing for sure, when we do get PP no one will be able to say its a fix. Everything about this project is getting covered as comprehensively as it possibly can. I liked this part of the statement too."The Company has made significant progress marketing polyhalite as a sustainable multi-nutrient form of potash and expects to announce progress on this in the very near future." Fram ....Have you sobered up yet mate ! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7x1ETPkZsk
RE: Royal We
lol BB. One had noticed! 8-) I'll update you on other means today! Timely update and surely well received. Nottspie, sometimes the proof of the pudding has to be in the eating!
Fighting Talk. Should get things going one way or another. Market should take confidence in companies plans and response. Lets see !
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