Monday, 16 September 2013

Allan Hepple Policy Board member for Housing and Regeneration said:"Cambridge doesn't have to drain or build on its areas of outstanding natural beauty to accommodate additional companies, those companies simply need to think about the advantages moving to the clean north east can bring to their industry, facilities and their family lifestyles."

Northumberland County Council are interested in the Silicone Fen 'outgrowth'

Through Councils networks, information that the Silicone Fen scheme in Cambridge has outgrown its planned borders and may have to drain AONB's and greenbelts to grow is very interesting for regeneration and planning officers in Northumberland.

Northumberland has become the hub of high technology, clean chemical and pharmaceutical industries at its Ashington, Blyth and Cramlington estates and has enormous room to grow even further using its asset of pure clean air as well as being a prime place to reside, as a catalyst for attracting Silicone industries into the North East.

Other LA7 Councils have tended to attract slightly heavier manufacturing industries to their sites such as automobile production and heavy chemical producers, Northumberland however has been found attractive to progressive organisations such as NAREC and GE Energy, Silicone Technology companies would find their needs comparably met.

Allan Hepple Policy Board member for Housing and Regeneration said:"Cambridge doesn't have to drain or build on its areas of outstanding natural beauty to accommodate additional companies, those companies simply need to think about the advantages moving to the clean north east can bring to their industry, facilities and their family lifestyles.
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