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Mineral Planning Bulletin 19 April 2021
 

Welcome to the Mineral Planning Bulletin, delivering the latest news, features and updates on applications and appeals.

Please contact Ruth Amundson on ruth.amundson@haymarket.com with any comments or suggestions.

 
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Tarmac secures accreditation for waste tyre asphalt 12 April 2021, by Maxine Perella Tarmac has gained industry accreditation for its rubber modified asphalt containing recycled end-of-life car tyres for use on road networks. Tarmac secures accreditation for waste tyre asphalt
 
 
 
OCO supplies ‘carbon negative’ aggregate for cycle path 12 April 2021, by Maxine Perella OCO Technology says its manufactured limestone has been used for the first time as part of an asphalt mix that can significantly reduce the carbon footprint of surfacing works.
 
 
 
CHAP Group sells off quarrying division
 
 
 
Engineering alliance targets quarrying sector
 
 
 
Highways England to spend £400m overhauling concrete roads
 
 
 
Woodsmith mine set for low flying aerial survey
 
 
 
Cement Admixtures Association affiliates with MPA
 
 
 
Consistent funding key to improving local roads, says AIA
 
 
 
Casework – Applications
 
Breedon withdraws quarry extension plan amidst AONB concerns
 
 
 
Gypsum recovery facility approved in north-east England
 
 
 
Construction waste transfer station refused at former mine site
 
 
 
Shropshire quarry extension refused
 
 
 
Coal mine methane exploration and appraisal aproved at Yorkshire colliery
 
 
 
Biodiversity enhancement area at power station refused
 
 
 
Battery storage facility approved in Scotland
 
 
 
Casework – Appeals
 
Back-up generator allowed in green belt despite effect on openness
 
 
 
Knowledge Bank
 
Mineral consultations round-up, April 2021 12 April 2021, by Alice Fillan While governments review implementation of the Planning Act and the best approach to environmental permitting, elsewhere proposed amendments to a local minerals plan come under scrutiny. Alice Fillan reports Mineral consultations round-up, April 2021
 
 
 
Mineral Planning issue 194, April 2021 12 April 2021 The latest edition of Mineral Planning is now out, with this month's cover story looking at how councils have coped with the pandemic a year on from the first lockdown. Click through to read the full version of the magazine online Mineral Planning issue 194, April 2021
 
 
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