A tin mine has been added to one of the world's most comprehensive lists of historic buildings and sites at risk of neglect and ruin.
An operator or minerals planning authority taking part in a planning inquiry who does not test evidence adduced cannot complain if the inspector bases a decision in whole or in part on that issues
Christian Silk is senior associate at Eversheds
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