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Planning & Development

02 July 2007 | Planning & Development
The authors, Jon Humble and Chris Wood, are senior rural and environmental policy adviser (minerals) and acting head, building and conservation research team, respectively, with English HeritageFrom...
02 July 2007 | Planning & Development
By David Jarvis, managing director of David Jarvis Associates LtdWhy would you possibly want a 19th Century French handcart? Originally, charrettes were used by architectural students to rush their...
01 March 2007 | Planning & Development
By Fiona McEvoy, British Geological Survey; Richard Bate, Green Balance; Ken Hobden, Quarry Products Association; and John Cowley, Mineral and Resource Planning Associates‘Minerals can only be worked...
01 December 2006 | Planning & Development
Nigel Jackson, chairman of the CBI Minerals Group, outlines the need for a strategic view of the future development of all UK mineral resourcesIn the opening address given on behalf of the CBI...
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01 May 2006 | Planning & Development
How planning permission was won in a very environmentally sensitive locationThe Isle of Purbeck on Dorset’s coast may be familiar to many as a holiday destination, with its sandy beaches at Studland...
01 May 2006 | Planning & Development
Richard Kell, group planning and estates manager with Ennstone plc, discusses whether a quarry can ever be a welcome neighbourSince leaving local government in 1998, I have been actively involved in...
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01 October 2003 | Planning & Development
A beneficial approachBy Jonathan StandenJohnsons Wellfield Quarries Ltd, the Yorkshire-based producers of hard Yorkstone natural stone products, recently held a public exhibition to promote their...
Tagged in: Barton Willmore
01 August 2002 | Planning & Development
Planning for SuccessIn the prevailing negative political and environmental climate many would have rated the chances of successfully winning planning consent at Meadowhill Opencast Coal Site in...
01 March 2002 | Planning & Development
An added dimensionOn 2 November 2001 Dorset County Council resolved to grant planning permission for a new site for the extraction of Portland stone from a part of the Isle of Portland known as...
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01 March 2002 | Planning & Development
Britain’s first every privately financed, built and operated toll roadStretching from Rugby in the south to Carlisle and the Scottish borders in the north, the M6 motorway is one of the main...
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