June news

This past month we have continued with a focus on planning – to ensure that once lockdown ends, we will be ready to move ahead with pace. We have been working behind the scenes with our esteemed group of key partners, each contributing to the considerations and planning required for next steps. 

Turning to remediation, our expert team member, George Paske, is working to further develop the plan of action that Paul Dumble contributed to last month.

Unfortunately we have also had to revise security to the site during the last month owing to a number of individuals coming onto the site to dump waste; very sadly the nesting swans at the site, who have been there for the past 4 years, were chased away with their almost hatched eggs smashed. For the continued safety of local residents and wildlife, we have therefore reviewed and renewed our security efforts and thank everyone in advance for respecting these.

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