2 billion Sirius Minerals potash mine in North York Moors National Park From York Press The York Potash Project would see a 1,500 metre mine sunk beneath the park, which would tunnel outwards and pump the polyhalite underground around 30 miles north to Teesside, where it would be processed.
The mine will be located around 4km south of coach outlet 40% off Whitby on the B1416, near the village of Sneaton. After a day long planning meeting at Sneaton Castle, attended by more than 300 people, councillors voted in favour of giving the mine planning permission. The decision will undoubtedly dismay environmentalists, who have warned that the mine would cause huge damage to the unique landscape of the national park. Fears have also been raised about the precedent of agreeing planning permission for an industrial development in a national park. However the arguments for the mine included the creation of up to 1,000 jobs, and an increase of up to ten per cent in the North Yorkshire economy. First to speak at the coach outlet atlanta vipers meeting was Keith Robert, who lives next door to Dove's Nest Farm, where the mine will be sunk. He told the meeting: "I'm aware there will be considerable disruption for the next four to five years, especially for all of us living close to the site, but I feel we have been gifted a huge opportunity here.
" He said as well as local opportunities, it would "increase the world coach outlet handbags july 2015 food supply for years to come", coach outlet handbags happen adding, "the short term pain will give rise to massive long term rise." Barry Dodd, chair of the area's Local Enterprise Partnership, also reiterated the proposal's potential to increase food production for the world's growing population with the crop nutrient produced.
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