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22 December 2010 | Quarrying

SCOTLAND’s chief planner and director of the built environment, Jim Mackinnon, gave the keynote address at the Quarry Products Association (Scotland)’s biennial conference at Battleby, Perth, on...

02 December 2010 | Mineral Planning

UK Coal have lodged a planning application seeking consent to extract 2.2 million tonnes of coal from a 208ha site at Hoodsclose, near Whittonstall, in Northumberland.

25 November 2010 | Mineral Planning

CHANGES to the system for setting planning application fees proposed in a government consultation document published last week, could have serious implications for mineral operators, says the...

16 September 2010 | Mineral Planning

THE Mineral Products Association (MPA) is raising concerns about the coalition Government’s current proposals to introduce third party rights of appeal.

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19 August 2010 | Mineral Planning

HANSON UK have signalled their confidence in an upturn in demand for construction aggregates by securing planning consents for five quarry extensions in the last 12 months.

19 August 2010 | Mineral Planning

PLANS to extract an additional 2 million tonnes of coal from the Shotton surface mine in Northumberland have been submitted by Banks Mining for assessment by the County Council.

01 July 2010 | Mineral Planning

ATH Resources plc have had their application to mine up to 4 million tonnes of coal reserves and resources from their proposed Netherton mine approved by the local planning authority in East...

23 June 2010 | Mineral Planning

ATH Resources plc’s application to mine 0.8 million tonnes of coal reserves from their Duncanziemuir mine has been approved by the local planning authority in East Ayrshire.

27 May 2010 | Mineral Planning

RESPONDING to the Queen’s Speech and publication of the coalition’s ‘Programme for Government’ document, the Mineral Products Association has said it will work positively with government so that...

29 April 2010 | Mineral Planning

A NEW industry analysis shows that the UK aggregates industry continues to be unable to replenish its output with new reserves, despite markets falling by 25% during 2009.

25 March 2010 | Mineral Planning

THE Mineral Products Association (MPA) has sounded a serious note of caution about last week’s decision by the West Midlands Regional Assembly (WMRA) to change the way future supply of sand and...

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12 March 2010 | Planning & Development

Insights from the Magnesian Limestone Project

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