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Carter Jonas minerals and waste-management team
06 December 2018 | Mineral Planning

David Sandbrook, Huw Richards, Michael Hayes and Alexa Phelps join Carter Jonas from SLR Consulting

Clee Hill pond
19 November 2018 | SHE

MQP create four new ponds for newts and other wildlife as part of quarry expansion plans

Great crested newt
29 November 2016 | SHE

Midland Quarry Products granted licence to relocate great crested newts to allow quarry expansion

Bat survey
06 October 2015 | SHE

New Low Impact Bat Class Licence saves time and money by allowing for easy removal of bats

Views from a remotely pilot aircraft system
06 August 2015 | Mineral Planning

Use of remotely piloted aircraft system offers time and cost savings over traditional surveying methods

Dave Walker
07 May 2015 | SHE

Prominent mining industry consultant Dave Walker appointed as technical director at SLR Consulting

Jamie Robinson
13 March 2014 | Quarrying

Environmental consultancy appoints Chartered Geologist Jamie Robinson as technical director

SLR acquire HFP Acoustical Consultants
04 March 2014 | Quarrying

Environmental firm strengthens global offering with acquisition of North American acoustics company

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David Sandbrook
27 February 2014 | Plant & Equipment

Planning and development specialist David Sandbrook appointed to consultancy’s management board

SLR review Institute of Quarrying restoration teaching unit
23 January 2014 | Education & Training

Environmental firm helps drive improvements in restoration-related education in the minerals industry

East Pit
13 June 2013 | Mineral Planning

SLR develop plan for transformation of former coal mine into international tourism and leisure destination

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02 December 2010 | Quarrying

A WIDE range of Bronze Age artifacts not normally found on prehistoric sites in Britain has been unearthed at Hanson’s Must Farm Quarry at Whittlesey, near Peterborough.


Jonathan Reynolds of SLR explains why former minerals sites should be regarded as part of the solution to the current housing crisis

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28 October 2013 | Planning & Development

SLR review new planning guidance and policy and how it will impact on quarry development

09 August 2013 | Environment & Restoration

SLR Consulting examine whether dust monitoring always has to involve the use of expensive equipment