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28 March 2007 | Mineral Planning

 

DURING 2006 quarrying companies once again suffered from a lack of consents for aggregates reserves to replenish volumes extracted during the year.

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23 March 2007 | Mineral Planning

ATH Resources have submitted an application to East Ayrshire Council for an extension to their Grievehill OCCS to allow approximately 1 million tonnes of coal to be extracted from a 25ha area of...

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14 March 2007 | Mineral Planning

THE importance of climate change and the implications for minerals planning forms the theme of this year’s annual QPA/RTPI conference, which takes place on 26 April at the Dunstall Park Conference...

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07 March 2007 | Quarrying

 

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14 February 2007 | Quarrying

 

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13 December 2006 | Mineral Planning

THE Quarry Products Association has reacted positively to news in the Chancellor’s Pre-Budget Report that the application of the Government’s proposed Planning Gain Supplement (PGS) to minerals is...

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01 December 2006 | Mineral Planning

TARMAC have submitted a planning application for a new quarry south of Broom in Bedfordshire.

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01 December 2006 | Mineral Planning

TARMAC are to apply for planning permission to extract a further 24 million tonnes of limestone from Swinden Quarry, in North Yorkshire, in substitution for the 24 million tonnes of limestone that...

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15 November 2006 | Mineral Planning

THE Quarry Products Association says it welcomes the improvements and clarity that the new Minerals Policy Statement (MPS1) –– the long-awaited framework setting out the Government’s key policies...

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01 November 2006 | Mineral Planning

MINERALS Policy Statement 1: Planning and minerals (MPS1), the long-awaited framework setting out the Government’s key policies and principles for minerals planning in England, was finally...

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01 October 2006 | Mineral Planning

A RECENT briefing note issued by the Quarry Products Association (26 September 2006) included precautionary advice to members that if a due date for a periodic 15 yearly review is missed, planning...

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01 July 2006 | Mineral Planning

ATH Resources plc, one of the UK’s largest coal producers, have submitted an application for a change of condition to the planning consent in respect of their Grievehill opencast site, to allow...

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01 June 2006 | Mineral Planning

LLOYDS Quarries, part of the Marshalls Group, are seeking planning consent to extend existing sand and gravel workings at Fron Haul Quarry, near Mold.

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01 June 2006 | Mineral Planning

MARSHALLS Mono Ltd have secured a 4.5 million-tonne extension to Fletcher Bank Quarry, near Bury.

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