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01 August 2002 | Mineral Planning

 

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01 March 2002 | Mineral Planning

 

AGGREGATE Industries UK Ltd are to submit a planning application to Cambridge County Council which would extend the life of Little Paxton Quarry.

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01 February 2002 | Quarrying

 

SANDU Bay on China's south-east coast could become the site of a new granite superquarry on the lines of Glensanda Quarry in Scotland.

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01 December 2001 | Quarrying

 

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01 September 2001 | Safety, Health & Environment

HANSON Bath & Portland Stone are close to completing the most comprehensive environmental survey ever undertaken on the Isle of Portland.

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01 September 2001 | Mineral Planning

Kent County Council has granted Lafarge Aggregates planning permission to extend their sand and gravel operations at Stonecastle Farm Quarry at Whetsted in Kent.

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01 September 2001 | Mineral Planning

 

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01 August 2001 | Mineral Planning

 

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01 March 2001 | Quarrying

THE Quarry Products Association has called on the Council for the Protection of Rural England to stop its scaremongering and adopt a more consensual approach to mineral planning.

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01 December 2000 | Quarrying

THE Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions has published its long-awaited consultation paper 'Planning for the supply of aggregates in England', which marks the first stage in...

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01 December 2000 | Mineral Planning

LAFARGE Redland Aggregates say they are 'extremely disappointed' with the Scottish Executive's decision to refuse permission for the development of a coastal superquarry at Lingerbay in South...

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01 November 2000 | Mineral Planning

AT last month's Court of Session in Edinburgh, Lord Hardie issued a written determination that the Scottish Executive must reach a decision within 21 days on Lafarge Redland Aggregates'...

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