Crusher house disappears
Another milestone in the rehabilitation of the Wheal Jane site has been completed. The former crusher house which stood alone roughly midway between the headworks area and the site of the former processing plant has been demolished. This very substantial and dominant structure was in poor condition, and its demolition has removed the last significant derelict structure on the site.
The area created by the project will be used for the time being as open storage by our tenants Fugro Seacore. Longer term, the area is designated within the Wheal Jane Masterplan for the development of up to 6,000m2 of new employment space for earth science-related businesses.
16th May 2014