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SnOasis Report. SnOasis say that their development will be Europes largest indoor ski slope,
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1.2 The Site
1.3 The Developers
1.6 Infrastructure - Local Concerns
1.7 Environmental Issues
1.8 Environmental Issues - Local Concerns
1.9 Visual Impacts
2.0 Visual Impacts - Local Concerns
2.1 SnOasis and the UK
2.2 My Opinion
The site, previously used as a cement works and masons quarry, was purchased in 2001 by Onslow Suffolk Ltd from the Blue Circle cement group. Planning permission for a development known as SnOasis, an indoor winter sports resort, was applied for in 2004 by Onslow Suffolk Ltd. Local planning permission was granted by the local authorities on 21st April 2006, however, a public enquiry was announced on 26th July 2006 which upheld the decision. Government approval was finally granted on 6th November 2008 given that all the conditions were
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