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A 2 million Cumbria County Council-led project to create a brand new Wetland Nature Reserve at Cavendish Dock has already been completed.The dock has long been used as a reservoir for the adjacent Roosecote gas-fired power station, creating a special habitat for many species, including wildfowl and mute swans, due to the artificial rise in water temperature.These will not only give space for a bigger Tesco but also kickstart the 2.5 million Whitehaven Transport Interchange.This will link the supermarket, the nearby harbour and the town centre with new bus and rail transport facilities, providing easy access to the store and transport facilities for shoppers, pedestrians and visitors to the town.

Proposed Route Map Services outlined are planned to start in late 2013 following the introduction of new rolling stock, and the considerable task of negotiating acceptance of the proposals through the industrys mechanisms is currently being udertaken.

Cumbria has it's own regeneration company, Britain's Energy Coast.

The website can be found at: From the website: Britain’s Energy Coast™ is a 2 billion package of regeneration projects that will establish the West Coast of Cumbria as a major national hub for low carbon and renewable energy generation.

I feel that there may well be a similar situation in certain areas of Cumbria, where there are small developments and relevant issues for discussion, that are actually NOT covered anywhere else on Skyscraper City.

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We actually already have one 'specific' thread on here, covering a Cumbria Development issue (The Whitehaven Harbour Redevelopment) and other new threads can always be set up on this part of the forum for any other major Cumbria development, but perhaps the smaller issues can be covered and discussed, in this thread.The fact that there will also be choice for passengers is a major benefit and helps direct operator focus to the quality of their own service delivery.



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