Ambitious plans have been unveiled to redevelop a derelict cement works on the South Downs in Sussex.
The massive quarry near Shoreham closed twenty-five years ago, but remains a blot on the landscape.
Now, a group called the 'South Down Project' wants to build more than two-thousand homes and businesses on the site, at a cost of £1. 3 billion pounds. Malcolm Shaw reports.
The interviewees are Neil Laughton, a local businessman; Ed Carr, the Chairman of the South Down Project; and John Richards, a former cement worker.