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Report - Redhill Earthworks Factory - Surrey (JAN 2019)



Brutalist

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#20
Absolutely no sign of any sec


I call bs on this too. Nothing onsite this afternoon, no sign of secca or any machinary.
The demolition was meant to start on the 17th Jan and now I see that the date is 18th Jan - 21st May so maybe their application did not go through with the council. I doubt they will be spending money on security as it's not worth it for them. Looks like it will survive a bit longer :)
 

mookster

grumpy sod
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#21
Security will probably be on site as and when any demolition begins to take place but only to keep an eye on all the expensive heavy machinery they bring on site to do the work.
 

Brutalist

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#22
Security will probably be on site as and when any demolition begins to take place but only to keep an eye on all the expensive heavy machinery they bring on site to do the work.
Well, as long as there isn't any machinery I guess its fine, would be pointless and expensive to rent out machinery and not use it for a couple months. I think it will only arrive upon the council approving plans.
 

The Explorer Returns

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#23
It's funny you should say that Grom...Went back to take photos of the machinery but I could see them at all, then again I got caught by 2 blokes in a land rover telling me to fuck off..no idea whats going on
 

The Explorer Returns

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#25
Were they up at the top entrance that goes past the old admin buildings? I Didn't go up that far round but id assume that would be the only real way in from the main road.
Sort of, as you walk round the back with the walls and roof missing, they was parked up in that open space but was met with a blue land rover and he told me to fuck off lol
 

Grom

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#30
I was there this Saturday and apart from a group of teenagers, no one about. There is an open track all the way down to the bottom that has been driven down fairly recently given the fairly new looking tyre marks. No machinery or anything, but certainly hints that things are going on.
 

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