£2m funding boost could unlock scheme to create 1, 500 jobs near Sheffield



Plans to build houses and create 1, 500 jobs at the former Coalite coking works site have taken a major step forward after Derbyshire County Council approved £2 million to help plug a funding gap.
The 140 acre site - which lies partly in North East Derbyshire and partly in Bolsover – has remained derelict since Coalite closed more than 12 years ago.
Bolsover Land Limited acquired the site in 2012 and was granted outline planning permission for employment use to create up to 1, 500 jobs. Consent was also given for 660 houses, a potential new school and community facilities.
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18 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 20
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