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Clipsham quarry extension by Stamford Stone Company will create 30 new jobs




An extension to a Clipsham quarry site has been approved and will create 30 new jobs.

Stamford Stone Company’s application to extend its Clipsham Bidwells quarry site has been given the go-ahead by Rutland County Council. The announcement safeguards the existing stone supply from its Clipsham Bidwells quarry site for the next 30 years whilst also allowing the site to be extended.

Director Laura Green said: “We are delighted with the decision to let us extend the quarry by 14ha to the south of the site. This extension will provide an uplift in the local economy and will create up to 30 new jobs in the area over the next 10 years.”


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