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01 April 2004 | Quarrying
THE freeze on the aggregates levy announced in the Budget should be the first step in a proper government assessment of the levy.
01 January 2004 | Quarrying
THE Quarry Products Association has called for a fundamental review of the aggregates levy throughout the rest of the UK following last month’s pre-Budget report announcement confirming the Governm
01 December 2003 | Quarrying
LAST month Treasury Minister John Healey announced a dramatic U-turn on the aggregates levy in Northern Ireland, confirming the industry’s concerns that the levy has failed both economically and en
01 November 2003 | Quarrying
SOME 200 guests assembled at the Museum of London on 16 October for the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund (ALSF) Milestone Event in celebration of the achievements associated with some 200 projec
01 December 2002 | Quarrying
THE Quarry Products Association has called on the Government to re-evaluate its aggregate demand forecast assumptions.
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.
01 September 2000 | Quarrying
THE Quarry Products Association has strongly attacked government proposals on noise reduction, warning that they would have a devastating effect on the UK quarrying industry if adopted.
01 April 2000 | Mineral Planning
THE Council for the Protection of Rural England has published a 'mock' revised version of MPG6 'Aggregates Planning' which it hopes will set the agenda for the Government's forthcoming issues paper
01 March 2000 | Quarrying
THE last chapter in the long-running debate over the proposed introduction of an aggregates tax appears to be drawing to a close, with the Chancellor expected to make an announcement in this month'

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