October news

October was the month of collaboration. The full team have been working hard to complete a number of tasks in preparation for the next stage of the project.

We have been working closely with GD lodge, to provide important visuals of the finalised park, that will help us with our future planning consents.  This important visualisation work will also enable us to progress in the creation of prospectus materials to showcase investment opportunities to potential clients. We have also been collaborating with Stantec, who have been working to progress a number of key documents including our revised Economic Impact Assessment which highlights just how vital the park will become to the local economy – more details on this soon! Meanwhile, Ardmore Point have been on site managing our marine site investigation works which will continue into November.  It was really exciting to see drilling rigs arrive on site!  

A big thank you needs to go to JLW Solutions this month, as they continue to deliver pragmatic solutions to our often difficult site conditions. Overall October has been really positive given the current climate and we expect that through November we will continue this good work. A final thanks goes to the local public who have (by in large) have acknowledged our new security measures and stayed off of the site. As we ramp up over winter  and continue to have machinery such as drilling rigs on site, we would advise that dog walking on the site is not safe and the Canal path or the Salting’s nature walk would be much more appropriate at this time.

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