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  • #53649

    KKOB
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    “Newt mitigation works are expected to take place before any work can start…”

    Anybody care to explain what this means ? :o

    #56627

    Born Acorn
    Participant

    I think they scour the site for newts, move them to somewhere new, and then put up newt proof fencing so others can’t get in. Think of a normal fence but the bottom third is a thick plastic sheeting (a bit thicker than the council’s blue recycling bags).

    I think some of the buildings there may date to the ROF or the Celanese works when the place was “Wrexham Trading Estate”.

    #56624

    wrexview
    Participant

    Are the Council selling part of the site?

    #56625

    Mike
    Member

    It could do with a revamp!

    #56630

    NJones
    Participant

    I see a Chinese investor is already involved. Can only be a good thing to bring jobs in.

    #56623

    Liam
    Participant

    @kkob 1434 wrote:

    “Newt mitigation works are expected to take place before any work can start…”

    Anybody care to explain what this means ? :o

    First rule of journalism school is write things so the reader can understand.

    I see I have failed miserably on this occasion :o

    #56626

    KKOB
    Member

    I had a good idea what it meant. It just didn’t seem like good English to me. ;)

    #56629

    MadMan
    Member

    Investment in Wrexham is great to see therefore i hope it proves that it was still worth investing in the link road.

    #56628

    Born Acorn
    Participant

    With Redwither Business Park they still need to find a new bank tenant for the old NatWest unit in Redwither Tower. It closed last year, but it had the worst opening times of 11am-2pm! Three hours a day is crazy, and it was quite well used!

    #56622
    Rob
    Rob
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