September news

Whilst on the site itself, things appear quiet, there has been lots of activity behind the scenes this month. We have been preparing a raft of documentation and plans, to move forward in our mission with regards securing funding and some key stakeholders; this has included finalising our application for the next stage of planning permission, undertaking quayside investigations and opening discussions with a bio energy company re tree removal from the site, which will enable construction to commence, but in line with our clean energy mission. We have also had encouraging news, with ongoing remediation investigations highlighting a number of cleaner than expected areas on the site. This is encouraging news and we will look forward to updating on progress on this in the coming months.

We have also continued to develop our design work, collaborating with potential clients and building a vision of the quay and surrounding facilities; we look forward to having revised renders soon and will share these to update on our vision for the site.

Lastly, we would like to thank our new security team but also local residents, who together have enabled cessation of littering on site, and a move of dog walking to adjacent sites. This is necessary for the time being to ensure the safety of all, and we appreciate everyone’s co-operation.

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