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"All the money we make goes back into the organisation, but we don't really have the resource to undertake major projects like repairing the music room floor, so getting this sort of generous support from The Banks Group is the difference between getting things done and muddling on as we were. "Banks Mining is fully committed to continuing to provide these sorts of employment and training opportunities if our Highthorn scheme is allowed to proceed and we're very keen to get on with the job as soon as possible." "Banks Property is actively looking to extend its interests across the Yorkshire region and the Castle Hill Farm scheme will help us build momentum towards achieving this goal. "Having committed all the funds we had to work that had already been done, we didn't know how we were going to pay for the repairs that were required to the floor, so the grant from the Banks Group was a real gift. "The funding we've received from the Banks Group is making an unbelievable difference to the work we're able to do - we've got all the facilities we need to have up to 40 people training in the gym at any one time, and doubling the amount of ring space that we can offer will have a real impact on the speed at which our boxers can develop and refine their skills." "The funding we've received from the Banks Group is making an unbelievable difference to the work we're able to do" "We're absolutely thrilled that Banks is keeping to its word and appointing local firms such as ourselves for a project that will deliver huge benefits to the local community." A detailed layout of David Wilson Homes' latest plans will be going on show at a public exhibition that the Banks Group is holding between 3pm and 7pm on Monday 7 December in the Lindisfarne Centre at St Aidan's College in Durham to introduce its wider, updated masterplan for the Mount Oswald site. A report from independent traffic consultants engaged by Banks has found that the actual construction cost of building the bypass would be PS8.8 million, and Banks is proposing that new housing development in Sunniside could make financial contributions to meeting the full cost of road construction, rather than letting it fall on the public purse. After completing a range of site assessments, undertaking extensive public consultation and reviewing different design options, Banks is proposing to build a wind farm which includes 26 turbines with a maximum tip height of 132m. Among many award-winning restoration projects, Banks Mining was responsible for the development of the world-renowned Northumberlandia landform, which was fashioned using 1.5 million tonnes of carefully selected stone, clay and soil extracted from its adjacent Shotton surface mine in South East Northumberland as part of its 'restoration first' approach to working the still-operational site. And with the fund having now gone live, Banks Mining is inviting local community groups to put forward ideas on where the first grants might be directed. As part of its commitment to ensuring local people have a say in the scheme's operation, Banks is now looking to form a community liaison panel made up of people from the area, which will meet every few months to get the latest information on the scheme and to feed back any comments or queries from local people about it. Banks Mining is committed to safe, responsible and efficient mining operations to help contribute to the country energy needs. Banks Mining is committed to the development of its employees which mostly comprise of locals from in and around West Lothian. Banks Mining is currently awaiting a decision by the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government on whether its planned Highthorn surface mine in Northumberland can go ahead. Banks Mining is currently awaiting a decision by the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, James Brokenshire, on whether its planned Highthorn surface mine in Northumberland can go ahead. Banks Mining is currently awaiting a decision from Rt Hon Robert Jenrick MP, secretary of state for Housing, Communities & Local Government, on whether its proposed Highthorn surface mine in Northumberland can go ahead, a project which would see at least 100 well-paid, full-time jobs created on the site as well as an PS87m investment into the Northumberland economy. Banks Mining is currently awaiting a government decision on whether its proposed Highthorn surface mine in Northumberland can go ahead, a project which would see an investment of PS100m into the Northumberland economy, as well as supporting 250 local jobs. Banks Mining is currently looking to extend its operations into three new areas at the Shotton and Brenkley Lane surface mines, which would enable the excavation of around one million additional tonnes of coal across the two sites, but which would not require any extension of their present operational timelines. Banks Mining is currently waiting on a planning decision from Durham County on a small extension to its surface mining operations on land to the west of the Bradley site, which would entail extracting around 90,000 tonnes of high quality coal for supply to UK industrial customers and 20,000 tonnes of fireclay for use by regional brickmakers. Banks Mining is directing around PS50,000 of the revenues generated at the Bradley surface mine, which sits between Leadgate and Dipton, into the fund, with individual grants of up to PS3,000 available to deserving local causes. Banks Mining is looking to deliver a range of benefits as part of its Highthorn planning application including tourism, wildlife and leisure improvements, along with an employment, skills development and training programme. Banks Mining is now in the process of setting up a project liaison committee, which will include local residents, councillors and community groups. Banks Mining is now once again calling for Mr Javid's successor James Brokenshire, to whom the planning application was returned after the High Court case for further consideration, to allow it to progress with its job creation and investment plans at Highthorn as quickly as possible. Banks Mining is still awaiting a decision from Secretary of State the Rt. Banks Mining is the developer of the nearby Bradley surface mine, which will also make around PS50,000 available to local groups and good causes for capital projects over the next two years through its Bradley Community Fund, which is administered by County Durham Community Foundation. Banks Mining was determined to resolve this issue and worked hard over several years with the local community to agree and implement a solution. Banks Property is applying for permission for up to 440 family homes on 17.25 hectares of land to the south of the A181 Sherburn Road between Gilesgate and the A1 which has been allocated for residential development in the recently-adopted County Durham Plan. Banks Property is currently looking to secure planning permission to build 181 new family homes on a 7.7 hectare site on Station Road, Methley, to the south-east of the city, which will also include a community benefits package worth in excess of PS2m as part of the overall development offer. Banks Property is hoping to get a decision on the Bent House Lane project from Durham County Council in the first quarter of 2021. Banks Property is hoping to have its planning application considered by Newcastle City Council before the end of the year. Banks Property is now beginning community consultations about the project, and will be holding a series of drop-in sessions during late November and early December where local residents can make an appointment to meet members of the Banks Property team. Banks Renewables, part of The Banks Group, has successfully completed a funding agreement with The Co-operative Bank to part-fund the construction of two new Yorkshire wind farms in which Banks is making a total investment of PS21m. Durham-based Banks were the land developers for the original Forest Gate scheme. Durham-headquartered Banks is now set to host an exhibition of its updated proposals between 3pm and 7pm on Monday 7 December in the Lindisfarne Centre at St Aidan's College in order to allow local people to see and ask questions about the changes that are being put forward. Each of the candidates will be giving a presentation on what they've learned so far about the family-owned firm as part of the final interview process, and Banks is looking to make its apprenticeship appointments within the next few weeks. Each turbine will take up to three days to erect and have been supplied by industry leading supplier REpower, and Banks is aiming to have the wind farm fully operational and connected to the National Grid before the end of the year. Family-owned employer, The Banks Group is looking to build on recent successes and significantly expand its portfolio of renewables schemes as well as supporting its property arm north of the border. Founded in 1976, Banks Mining has operated and restored well over 100 surface mines across Scotland and the north of England over the last 35 years, and has substantial experience of carrying out the type of work required at Mainshill. Gavin Styles continues: "Banks Mining is not a massive multi-national conglomerate, but a family-owned North East business that has been investing and creating local jobs in our home region since 1976, and at a time of great national uncertainty, it is paramount that employers like ourselves are able to make their investment decisions on agreed, accepted and respected planning principles. Hamilton based Banks Mining is looking to grant funds to local community projects in the Fauldhouse and Breich Valley Ward thanks to a community benefit fund generated from its Rusha surface mine. Having chosen to locate its headquarters building on the nearby Meadowfield Industrial Estate, Banks is looking to continue its investment in the area with a scheme that would meet a growing local demand for high quality properties, and which would also bring with it a range of employment, economic and community benefits. Having chosen to locate its state-of-the-art headquarters building on the nearby Meadowfield Industrial Estate last year, Banks is now looking to continue its investment in the area with a PS30m scheme that would meet a growing local demand for high quality properties, and which would also bring with it a range of employment, economic and community benefits. Having chosen to locate its state-of-the-art headquarters building on the nearby Meadowfield Industrial Estate last year, Banks is now looking to continue its investment in the local area with a PS30m scheme that would meet a growing demand for high quality properties in the area, and which would also bring with it a range of employment, economic and community benefits. In September last year, Banks Property was granted unanimous approval from Northumberland County Council's planning committee for the Chapel View scheme, which is located on an eight hectare site to the east of the town's new specialist Emergency Care Hospital. Last year, Banks Property was granted planning permission for 95 new family homes on a 5.4 hectare site off Roundhill Road in the village. Mark Bolton, director of business development and partnerships at Northumberland College, adds: "We already work with a wide range of regional employers to help meet their apprenticeship and staff training needs, but the bespoke programme we have developed with Banks is a real advancement in terms of the specific development opportunities it will offer the successful candidates. Mark Dowdall, environment and community director at the Banks Group, said: "The bowling club at West Calder is known as a real community hub, not only providing an important centre for activity, but also for socialising - and Banks Mining is delighted to play a part in helping that to continue. North East employer Banks Mining is calling on the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government to allow it to progress its Highthorn surface mine as quickly as possible after it won a High Court action which quashes the previous rejection of a scheme that was recommended for approval by both Northumberland County Council and the government-appointed Planning Inspectorate. North East employer Banks Mining is encouraging people living in the communities around a new surface mine in County Durham to apply for the dozens of new jobs at the site for which it has now begun to recruit. North East employer Banks Mining is looking to extract around 90,000 tonnes of high-quality coal for supply to UK industrial customers and 20,000 tonnes of fireclay for use by regional brickmakers from an 18.5 hectare area between the western edge of the current Bradley site and the roundabout on which the Jolly Drovers pub sits at the eastern edge of Leadgate. North East employer Banks Property is promoting the development of the new Chapel View housing scheme on an eight hectare site to the south of the B1326 and the east of the A189. North East employer Banks Property is putting forward plans for the proposed Chapel View residential scheme, which would include 194 two-storey homes for families and first time buyers located on an eight hectare site to the south of the B1326 and the east of the A189. North East employer Banks Property is putting forward plans for the proposed Chapel View residential scheme, which would sit on an eight hectare site to the south of the B1326 and the east of the A189. North East family-owned employer Banks Property is drawing up plans for up to 100 family homes on a 5.5 hectare site to the north of the A67 Darlington Road, around a mile to the north east of the town centre. North East property and energy firm the Banks Group is set to move into solar energy development for the first time. Now, Breich based Craig is on his way to a long and rewarding career as Banks Mining are paying for him to attend a training course at college. Permission to extract around 500,000 tonnes of coal from the site was granted to UK Coal a number of years ago, and Banks Mining is now looking at the logistical requirements of initiating this project. Positive news followed the postponement of coaling at Rusha in July 2016, as Banks Mining was awarded a contract by East Ayrshire Council and the Scottish Mines Restoration Trust, to restore a former surface coal mine at Ponesk near Muirkirk. Preparations for starting work on site in the coming months are currently ongoing, and as part of its policy of bringing a range of direct benefits to the communities in which it operates, Banks Mining is aiming to attract as many local applications as possible for the roles. Regional employer Banks Mining was asked by SAWS, the Chinese State Administration of Work Safety, to share its practical experience and ideas on how it operates within the stringent UK safety regime, and how it strives to operate its surface mines in a safe, responsible and efficient manner. Simon Fisher, group finance director at The Banks Group, says: "The Board believes the Group is in good shape to maximise the opportunities available from the markets in which we operate, and for results to remain strong although with some volatility. Subsequent ground investigation has since revealed that areas of the land are suitable for housing, and The Banks Group is now putting forward outline development proposals for a development up to 100 new family homes thereon, which will be known as Hurworth North. The Banks Group are adding to the Durham landscape for a second time with a permanent reminder of Lumiere 2015. The Banks Group is a family owned, County Durham based, business employing over 300 people across the north of England and Scotland. The Banks Group is a longstanding supporter of both professional and amateur cricket around its home region, sponsoring Durham Cricket's Royal London One Day Cup team, Durham Cricket's youth development squads, seven cup competitions run across the region by the North East Premier League and Northumberland County Cricket Club. The Banks Group is a longstanding supporter of both professional and amateur cricket around its home region, sponsoring Durham Cricket's youth development squads, six cup competitions run across the region by the North East Premier League and Northumberland County Cricket Club. The Banks Group is already a longstanding supporter of both professional and amateur cricket around its home region, sponsoring Durham Cricket's Royal London One Day Cup team, Durham Cricket's youth development squads, seven cup competitions run across the region by the North East Premier League and Northumberland County Cricket Club. The Banks Group is also the company behind the development of the Hook Moor Wind Farm that will be built on agricultural land near Micklefield, and has previous undertaken surface mining operations at sites between Methley and Oulton and at Cave Lane in East Ardsley, all of which have now been fully restored. The Banks Group is behind the multi-million pound regeneration of sites of the former Bates Colliery and Crofton Mill Colliery in Blyth, which will eventually see around 400 new residential properties built on the sites. The Banks Group is looking to invest around PS3.5m in developing a Flexible Energy Park on the Bowesfield Crescent Industrial Estate in Stockton-on-Tees, which will include a natural gas/hydrogen "peaker plant" and an electricity storage battery as well as ancillary infrastructure. The Banks Group is looking to invest around PS3.5m in developing a Flexible Energy Park on the Bowesfield Crescent Industrial Estate in Stockton-on-Tees, which will include a natural gas/hydrogen "peaker plant" and an electricity storage battery. The Banks Group is one of Northumberland's largest private sector employers, with around 200 people employed at the nearby Shotton and Brenkley Lane surface mines. the Banks Group is set to start work on one of the UK's largest onshore wind farm developments, which will be the biggest one it has ever built. The Banks Group is the company behind the proposed Dewley Hill surface mine scheme near Throckley, which would see around 800,000 tonnes of high quality coal extracted from the site, most of which will be used for industrial purposes such as the production of steel and cement, as well as 400,000 tonnes of fireclay, which will be used in the manufacturing of bricks at the local Throckley brickworks. The Banks Group is underpinning its growth ambitions in Yorkshire by recruiting two new members to its local team. The Banks Group is working with Trivselhus UK on ways in which the two firms' collective expertise might be deployed on future residential schemes. The Banks Group was the original developer of the Bowesfield site, a unique mixed-use site on the banks of the River Tees in Stockton which includes an integrated 15-hectare wildlife conservation area. The Board believes the Group is in good shape to maximise the opportunities available from the markets in which we operate. The committee will provide a forum in which information on all aspects of the project can be shared between the company and the local community, and Banks is now actively looking for people who would like to be part of it. The decision fails to justify the departure from a clear line of previous planning decisions on the same point, and Banks Mining is looking for the High Court to quash the decision. The development of Northumberlandia by the Blagdon Estate and regional mining firm the Banks Group was named as the best example of Planning in a Rural Area at the RTPI North East's annual awards. The Hamilton based Banks Group is a specialist property, mining and renewable energy firm with a strong stake in the region. The Highthorn application now goes back to the Secretary of State's office for further consideration, and with the planning application having already been supported by Northumberland County Council's planning committee and an independent planning inspector, Banks Mining is urging the present incumbent, Rt Hon James Brokenshire MP, to permit the company to progress its significant investment and job creation plans as soon as possible. The management at Banks Mining were so surprised and impressed by the 20-year-old's bold move they decided to give him a chance and after Craig displayed huge enthusiasm for the role and a willingness to learn, he landed the job full-time. The Penny Hill Wind Farm Community Fund will provide over PS500,000 of community funding over the 25-year lifespan of the Penny Hill Wind Farm, a figure which would be significantly increased if the solar PV scheme that Banks is now looking to locate on a portion of the Penny Hill site gets the go ahead. The Penny Hill Wind Farm Community Fund will provide over PS500,000 of community funding over the 25-year lifespan of the Penny Hill Wind Farm, a figure which would increase if the solar PV scheme that Banks is now looking to locate on a portion of the Penny Hill site gets the go ahead. The turbines were installed on site in September, and Banks is aiming to have the wind farm fully operational and connected to the National Grid before the end of the year. To address this situation and to enable restoration work to be completed, Banks is now putting forward a number of alternative options for enabling restoration work to be finalised. we are pleased with the way companies like Banks are approaching their commitments to the communities in which they work."
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