Welcome aboard this ole ship HMS Sirius, you join us as once again the sp is becalmed, but all the time the potential of this share is dangling on the horizon. I get the feeling that the scheme has massive support in your area would that be right? I know as I read the Whitby Gazette there are always anti comments but it does seem that there are huge benefits not only nationally and globally but locally as well to come from a successful application, IMO. It is so tempting but I always have to keep in mind that this is still an AIM share and as such will remain volatile until production. I have written, as many others have, many times stating the massive importance of this project in regard to the future growth and prosperity of farmers such as yourself and other food producers Nationally and Globally. the demand is growing by the day, and the current production of potash is running down existing supplies, and so time is of the essence. As we near the PA date in July IMO the sp will spike to well in excess of the 30p we had once. You are onto a winner here. ATB
This is my first post on here and i agree with jaffas, i live not far from the site and the majority of the local population welcome this proposal, they need jobs and investment in the area which will also benefit the whole economy. The product is needed world wide as well as the UK, i use potash and 2 years ago the price i had to pay was astronomical and i am sure that if the national park planners and the nimbys reject it then the gov will step in. The local economy needs this to happen and so does the gov and the country, this will definitely go ahead in my opinion, so sit tight and hold on we will be rewarded
This will happen, A nice new plant on the Wilton site will get built for the 43km pipeline from the mine, this is great for the local economy, great for the area, great for the Wilton site as there is plenty of space in there with all the recent plant closures If it didn't get all the planning consent from relevant boards, Am sure the government would get involved and persuade the parties involved to do the right thing.
The share fell because of a few things the delay in planning, and a fall in the price of worldwide potash since then the share has recovered more than 50% I despair at your comments, follow chris rig a Toni all one word on twitter to make sense of all of this
Re Tom Chadwick, it's quite possible that he is not PC literate after spending his time floating above the grass protesting about any changes on the horizon in his green wellies. With people like that at large it is a wonder that we are not still driving carts with square wheels. So many times this ole ship has fired up the boilers, plotted the course and then been hindered by storms that have meant we have had to turn back. The sp will without the slightest doubt, IMO, begin to slowly thrive on a stronger support, and on average we will see the speed increase the closer we get to July. Don't forget, every single day now we are getting closer, the offices of Sirius must be buzzing with activity as every single i must be dotted and every T crossed this time. There are enough anti-groups out there without shooting ourselves in the foot by submitting yet another cr*p application. ATB
When these boards turn bearish it's usually a great time to invest, find it strange how these people know so much about this project and why we should all sell, if these people were such experts would not have the time to post all the time, I highly suspect that this is Tom Chadwick and his followers spreading rubbish on these boards, this not a seda agreement, the share price would be even lower, the company needs planning before it can go to major banks till then it will need to finance itself by converting shares, it's not really a major issue we getting closer to submitting the application, if the company did not care about the share price they would have just converted all the shares, please don't listen to these morons, hold your shares till we submit plans and just wait
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