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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

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

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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 April 2006 | Mineral Planning

LAFARGE Aggregates have applied for planning permission to extend Thrislington Quarry in Co. Durham.

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01 April 2006 | Mineral Planning

CEMEX have suspended their application for planning permission for a new cement plant at Barrington, Cambridgeshire, due to uncertainty over future CO2 strategy in the UK.

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01 February 2006 | Mineral Planning

ATH Resources plc have been granted planning consent for a new 500,000-tonne opencast coal site at Laigh Glenmuir.

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01 December 2005 | Mineral Planning

IN the last eight years there have been four European minerals planning conferences, the first in Zwolle in the Netherlands in 1997, the second in Harrogate, UK in 1999, the third in Krefeld,...

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01 November 2005 | Mineral Planning

ATH Resources plc have submitted a planning application for the recovery of almost two million tonnes of high-quality coal from part of the company’s 181ha Muir Dean opencast coal development area...

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01 November 2005 | Mineral Planning

THE British Aggregates Association has commissioned Wardell Armstrong to investigate and comment on the impact of Good Neighbour Agreements (GNAs) on mineral operations in Scotland, which it fears...

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01 October 2005 | Mineral Planning

THE British Aggregates Association has condemned government proposals to allow mineral planning authorities to introduce fees for monitoring mineral and landfill permissions.

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01 October 2005 | Mineral Planning

Aggregates companies are not even coming close to replenishing the sand and gravel and crushed rock that they extract each year.

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