Comment: Pembrokeshire Coast quarry decision highlights case for planned provision

The debate about whether aggregates production should take place within national parks continues. In August, the Welsh Assembly Government approved the called-in application for sand and gravel extraction at Pant Gwyn Quarry in the Pembrokeshire Coast national park.

by Ruth Amundson

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