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Awesome project,as long as we don't have the equivalent amount of unseen exhausted chemicals as we had for fifty years from the Power Station!

Gud to be leading the field in new industries..if it does finally go ahead!

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I wonder if this could be the start of some house building in Cambois?

I don't know why but construction companies have never built on the land where the old pit and pit rows used to be.

The surrounding towns and villages have had housing built on every spare piece of land, but the land between the A189 to the coast at Cambois has not been built on.🙂

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19 hours ago, Alan Edgar (Eggy1948) said:

I wonder if this could be the start of some house building in Cambois?

I don't know why but construction companies have never built on the land where the old pit and pit rows used to be.

The surrounding towns and villages have had housing built on every spare piece of land, but the land between the A189 to the coast at Cambois has not been built on.🙂

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Alan, the main part of that was always earmarked for commercial redevelopment since the days of WDC.  I know Banks had wanted to build 300 odd hosues there but that scheme never got off the ground.    

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We don't want owt built at Cambois! its a lovely  place, we want it kept lovely!... but.... 

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