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01 May 2005 | Mineral Planning

ATH Resources plc have submitted a planning application to mine a further 350,000 tonnes of coal from their Skares Road OCCS near Cumnock in Ayrshire.

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01 April 2005 | Mineral Planning

ATH Resources have submitted a planning application to mine 500,000 tonnes of low-ratio coal over two years at Laigh Glenmuir, some 2km north of the company’s existing Garleffan OCCS in East...

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01 March 2005 | Mineral Planning

THE Quarry Products Association has condemned the Government’s recently announced 203% rise in the maximum planning application fee, to which most large mineral working proposals will be subject...

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01 February 2005 | Mineral Planning

 

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01 December 2004 | Mineral Planning

DAVID Jarvis Associates together with Professor Geoffrey Walton and Crawford Chartered Surveyors are embarking on a major research project, on behalf of the ODPM, that will explore ways in which...

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01 December 2004 | Mineral Planning

THE Office of the Deputy Prime Minister (ODPM) has announced new proposals that are set to form the basis for mineral planning policy in the years ahead.

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01 August 2004 | Mineral Planning

WEST Berkshire planners have granted permission for a 300,000-tonne extension to Hanson Aggregates’ Theale Quarry in Berkshire.

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01 July 2004 | Mineral Planning

ENNSTONE’s application for the development of significant additional reserves at Breedon Quarry, on the Leicestershire–Derbyshire border, has been approved, extending the working life of the site...

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01 June 2004 | Mineral Planning

ENNSTONE Thistle Ltd have received planning consent for the extension of Banavie Quarry near Fort William, on the west coast of Scotland.

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01 May 2004 | Quarrying

 

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01 April 2004 | Mineral Planning

Ennstone Breedon Ltd have been granted planning permission for a major extension to Burford Quarry in Oxfordshire.

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01 March 2004 | Mineral Planning

THE British Aggregates Association says it has received ‘some reassurance’ from Whitehall following its letter to Planning Minister Keith Hill in December 2003 over a trend by mineral planning...

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01 January 2004 | Mineral Planning

THE British Aggregates Association says it is increasingly concerned at the further delays and high costs being experienced by many of its SME members by the imposition of what it describes as ‘...

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01 August 2003 | Mineral Planning

 

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