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brickworks

a possible source of fluorine emitted in smoke and a health hazard for animals grazing local pastures.
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Seven years later this enterprise would provide an inspiration for a rival pottery to set up in Linthorpe Village in Middlesbrough, also on a former brickworks.
In October 2012 the Metnor Property Group, which is the land owner, secured outline planning permission for 120 homes at the Blackley Brickworks site.
We see this as a significant achievement for Brickworks and our JV partner, Goodman.
Jamie Hoskinson, Northern Brickwork finance director said: "As a local company, it's great to be involved in the development of an important facility such as this.
Dyson will still employ about 30 people at West Runwick in other business areas after the brickworks closes.
A woman contacted detectives and told them that the brickworks was the most likely dumping spot.
Mr Hall said they were working with Calderdale Council regarding the demolition of the dilapidated brickworks site.
Brickworks has no banking facilities due for renewal in the coming year with all facilities due to mature in August 2011.
The brickworks opened in 1966 and was taken over by Hanson Building Products in 1995.
What really gets my back up is that the brickworks have taken it for granted they can put this thing up and have done this without a single bit of consultation.
Noreen Robson, 75, of Amble, whose three brothers worked at the brickworks more than 60 years ago, said: "It provided employment for a lot of people over the years and although it is sad to see it disappear, we have got to move on.
Westbury Homes is seeking permission to build 153 homes, many of them townhouses, on the old Phoenix brickworks site in Caerphilly Road, Heath, while McCarthy & Stone is planning a 40-apartment retirement complex.