November news

November delivered a very exciting and productive month at the park! We are delighted to report that we have completed our Quay investigation both on land and in the river; having had a drill rig on site for most of the month our boreholes are also all finished! This investigative work will continue apace next month, whilst we also kick off work on the quay.


With winter fast approaching (if not already here!), we have removed all of the trees whilst we continue our investigation into the new year – and the trees have found a happy home with AW Jenkinson, who will utilise them for clean power generation.


Unfortunately there continues to be a number of people visiting the site and vandalisation has occurred; we are working to establish a recreational footpath on the site , that will be open to the public, but until this is complete, we would ask all to refrain from entering the site for safety reasons.

Lastly, and very encouragingly, enquiries from clients keen to rent premises on the site continue to come in, and we are currently working with all interested parties to explore the possibilities.

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