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Railfreight company's pause for thought
HELIOSLOUGH will not be rushed into any decisions after the defeat of its plans to build a huge goods yard outside Park Street, its boss Simon Hoare has told the Review.
Mr Hoare, the company's spokesman and managing director, said the various parties involved with the project, who include DB Schenker, Europe's largest operator of goods trains, would analyse the decision letter in detail before deciding their next step.
He said: "We will be sitting down as a team and going through it in some considerable detail.
"That is only what people would expect, particularly when you have an inspector who says one thing and a Secretary of State who says something completely different.
"We will come to a decision in due course."