With acknowledgment to Adamsky on the AFPO board http://www.wallstreetdaily.com/2014/10/29/potash-stocks/
RE: Things to find out
Investornuts, could I urge caution with regards to your requests for information from the NP, they are on the process of dealing with a huge planning application, I don't think either the NP and more importantly the Company would thank you for getting directly involved with this process in the way you seem to intimate, I know that during the last application this was quite a problem for both parties, I'm not telling you what you should or shouldn't do but I would urge caution at this stage of the new application.
RE: Things to find out
Hi, Investornuts. "The mine was established in the 1960's and has production consent until 2023, I need to check that because that means the uk would not have any potash mine if this is not extended making the application by sirius defs a national need" Perversely and tongue in cheek. Does this mean that with the granting of the application of Sirius and its subsequent hidden build that by 2023 the NYMNP/local planning authorities could in fact have cause to refuse Boulby further mining privileges because of its sight, shape and form of facilities and the fact that Sirius could meet any national need more economically? ATB
Surely if this application was passed, urgent questions need to be asked why the planning director is focussing so strongly on tourism and environmental concerns when if they have passed boublys application, and the fact that it has been argued that there is little demand for polyhalite yet the mine next door suddenly decides to mine it, I find this very odd, would be interested to find out peeps views.
Things to find out
I'm going to request a few things tomorrow from the national park, first the minutes from the meetings with regards to the boulby planning extension, http://www.yorkpress.co.uk/NEWS/11472090.Worries_over_possible_extension_to_potash_mine/ These points The mine was established in the 1960's and has production consent until 2023, I need to check that because that means the uk would not have any potash mine if this is not extended making the application by sirius defs a national need. The 2nd point attention is now being focussed on the production of polyhalite form of potash. And lastly is being recommended for approval by the authority's planning committee next Thursday despite warnings by planning officers that it will have an impact on the countryside. I'm going to the meeting in Pickering, I will find out some more info and urge holders if going to question these points
The Authority is holding a public meeting as part of the consultation process on Monday 10 November 2014 between 6.30 and 8.00pm at Lady Lumleys School, Swainsea Lane, Pickering, YO18 8NG (6th Form Common Room). Members of the public are asked to contact Vanessa Burgess on 01439 772700 or email email@example.com to book a place if they wish to attend.
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