Discussions are taking place between the North York Moors National Park Authority (NYMNPA) and York Potash over alternative locations for a Potash mine. The planning application for the proposed Potash mine at Dove's Nest, Sneaton, was put on hold earlier this year after the Park Authority claimed there was a substantial amount of information missing from [...]
York Potash Now Set To Compete With Boulby TIM THORNE reports on a dramatic last-minute change of strategy on the part of York Potash Ltd in its bid to secure Planning Consent from the North York Moors National Park Authority. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Information on the website of the York Potash parent company, Sirius Minerals, seems to indicate [...]
“Economical With The Truth?” [Part Two] an ‘In My View’ article by Nigel Ward – reporting on some disturbing revelations regarding serious doubts about the impartiality of the local press coverage of the Sirius Minerals planning application. Click here to read “Economical With The Truth?” [Part One]. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ “SSX, Lies and Print-Media” In a recent conversation [...]
“Economical With The Truth?” [Part One] - an ‘In My View’ article by Nigel Ward, reporting on some widely-believed assertions about the NYP Major Fraud Investigation Team’s investigation into the formation of new minerals companies in the NYMNP. [Part Two to follow in the course of the week]. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ An article appeared in our regional newspaper, [...]
“Creating a large scale, low cost, long life mine with a sustainable footprint” Further Reading : http://siriusminerals.com/projects/york-potash/ http://siriusminerals.com/about-us/sustainable-development/ In most of its literature, Sirius Minerals talks about about the financial benefits of its North Yorkshire Potash Project. Little is said about the location of the Mine being in a National Park and what that National Park [...]
York Potash - "Surface Footprint" Questioned. Click image below to view at full size. Quote From Here under "Fair Use" Copyright
Tim Lawn, North York Moors Potash, 2.5 million pounds worth of conflict of interest, exposed by Ian Hislop's Private Eye. Real Whitby has recently forged links with a few national newspapers and magazines. Interest is growing in Scarborough Borough Council's threat of legal action towards ourselves with several multinationals keen on the story. This [...]
The coalition’s encouragement of developers such as York Potash forms part of a neoliberal assault on the environment.