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Mineral planning

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Mark Dowdall
11 September 2013 | Mineral Planning

First of three planning applications for additional work at north-east surface mines submitted for approval

Gallagher's Hermitage Quarry
22 July 2013 | Mineral Planning

Secretary of State gives permission for Gallagher Aggregates to extend Kentish Ragstone quarry

Highthorn mining proposal
19 July 2013 | Mineral Planning

Company begins public consultation over plans for new surface coal mine in south-east Northumberland

03 July 2013 | Quarrying

Association welcomes spending review but reiterates need for accelerated delivery

Nigel Jackson
27 June 2013 | Mineral Planning

Association pleased with government statement that mineral products will be included in Nationally Significant Infrastructure planning regime

24 January 2013 | Mineral Planning

Green light for new silica sand quarry at Two Oaks Farm between Mansfield and Kirkby in Ashfield

Annual Mineral Planning Survey
18 October 2012 | Mineral Planning

New Annual Mineral Planning Survey (AMPS) sends worrying signals about future aggregate supplies

Bob Neill MP
15 June 2012 | Mineral Planning

Bob Neill MP stresses: now it is ‘time to get on with implementation’ of mineral plans

IQ Blog

Mineral reserves
01 February 2018 | 1 Comment

The mineral extraction industry is a significant part of the UK economy. What we do shapes the way of life we all know and enjoy. Minerals are essential.....

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14 November 2018 | Planning & Development

Nigel Jackson, chief executive of the MPA and chair of the CBI Minerals Group, discusses the background to the development and recent launch of the UK Minerals Strategy

16 February 2018 | Planning & Development

Moreton Cullimore, managing director of the Cullimore Group, champions the role of aggregates and calls for greater government support for the industry

20 July 2017 | Planning & Development

Latest in a series of bimonthly features by BDS Marketing Research reporting on the current state of aggregate reserves

13 July 2016 | Legislation & Regulation

Implications of the recent judgment of the Court of Appeal in Tarmac vs DEFRA and the Environment Agency on the quarry restoration waste recovery/idsposal issue

01 March 2016 | Planning & Development

Nigel Jackson, chief executive of the Mineral Products Association, discusses the current constraints on aggregate supply and outlines some of the steps necessary to ensure demand can be met in...

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12 August 2015 | Planning & Development

How inconsistency in regulatory interpretation is making it difficult for mineral operations to obtain appropriate fill material to secure the restoration of quarries

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