[ezcol_2third]The stunning North Yorkshire Moors surround Whitby to every side. The North York Moors became a National Park on 28 November 1952 and is one of 15 National Parks in the United Kingdom. The National Park covers an area of 554 square miles (1,436 square kilometres) and has 26 miles of coastline. It contains the largest [...]
The Daffodil Walk At Farndale is an easy stroll through some of the finest scenery The North Yorkshire Moors National Park has to offer.
Potash project thrown into chaos! an update by Vanda Inman on new information that casts a long shadow over the prospects for York Potash Ltd and their bid to establish a polyhalite mine in the North York National Park. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ “That’s not just a miscalculation, it’s a massive error” Chris France (Chief Planning Officer at the [...]
Police called in on potash planner TIM LAWN An update by Nigel Ward and Tim Thorne on the fall-out from the Real Whitby coverage of exposure of the undeclared interests of then-Chair of the North York Moors National Park Authority Planning Committee, former Scarborough Borough Councillor Tim LAWN The Yorkshire Post has this morning – at [...]
Also attending the meeting was Mrs Jane Mitchell, one of the five Secretary of State appointed Members. Mrs Mitchell had no reported interests in York Potash / Sirius Minerals at that time. However, six days after the pre-application presentation by York Potash to NYNMPA members, on the 28th September 2012, she registered an interest of £4,000 worth of Sirius Minerals shares.
Potash: E=MC2 …….? further insight into the Sirius Minerals plc proposal (York Potash Ltd) to mine Potash beneath the North York Moors National Park, by Vanda Inman. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ What do York Potash intend to do with the void space? York Potash Ltd has no stated plans for using the void space. Time is running out. The [...]
Potash – some much under-publicised info, at last! Anglo-American chemistry graduate Misha Tadman explodes most of the oft-repeated PR myths underlying the highly contentious North York Moors National Park mining proposals. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Recently I was present at a York Potash Public Meeting where a member of the public asked the question "What is ‘polyhalite’?" The reply [...]
From Scarborough Town Hall, With Anger a follow-up article by Corruption Buster Tim Thorne to his earlier piece “From York Potash, With Love”, published just ten days ahead of the resignation of the (then) Chair of the North York Moors National Park Authority Planning Committee, Councillor Tim LAWN. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 22nd Feb 2013 – Private Eye Rotten [...]