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@CrowMultimedia@EnglishHeritage@BCLEP@ExpressandStar We happen to believe our heritage is important! This nationally important Schedule Monument must be saved for the benefit of the local community and the nation. Uses will focus on enterprise of all types, retail is unlikely but not excluded. Beats a pile of rubble Ian.
@CrowMultimedia@AlexRoss_Star@kharrison_star It’s no secret that the BCLEP have awarded some funding to assist in securing the leases. The question is whether we are all prepared to do nothing and allow one of the most important industrial heritage sites in WM to continue to decay? We are not