English Heritage and minerals

Jon Humble describes the statutory body's responsibilities for mineral planning, the legacy of historic mineral extraction and the supply of authentic materials for conservation purposes and new build

Ham Hill Hillfort, Somerset is the largest Iron Age hillfort in England. Ham Hill stone from the quarry on the lower left, part of the rectangular archaeological site, is important for the repair of historic buildings. Credit: English Heritage
Ham Hill Hillfort, Somerset is the largest Iron Age hillfort in England. Ham Hill stone from the quarry on the lower left, part of the rectangular archaeological site, is important for the repair of historic buildings. Credit: English Heritage

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