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Mineral Planning Bulletin 8 December 2019
 

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

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Briefing
 
MPA targets big push on health and safety 25 November 2019, by Maxine Perella The Mineral Products Association (MPA) has announced its intention to develop a 'sectoral action plan' to try to reduce fatalities and improve overall health and safety performance across the industry. MPA targets big push on health and safety
 
 
 
Circular solution for aggregates waste 25 November 2019, by Maxine Perella Road construction firm Kiely Bros has teamed up with CDEnviro to build a trommel fines recycling facility to extract more value from secondary aggregates.
 
 
 
Fleet upgrade boosts quarry operations at Quinn
 
 
 
British lime shows solid gains in green production
 
 
 
Banks submits plans for coal mine extension
 
 
 
Fire crews hone training skills at Shotton mine
 
 
 
Alba to begin drilling at Welsh gold mine
 
 
 
Time to get tough on SuDS, says Aggregate Industries
 
 
 
Casework – Applications
 
Challenge to new mine permision considered
 
 
 
Restoration with inert waste allowed at historic quarry
 
 
 
More time allowed for legal agreement at chalk quarry
 
 
 
Timescale for reclamation scheme extended to five years
 
 
 
Shawell quarry tile works permitted until 2030
 
 
 
Recycling to continue at Cumbrian quarry for restoration
 
 
 
Legal comment
 
When are development plan policies 'out of date' and irrelevant? 4 October 2019, by Peter Nesbit When are development plan policies 'out of date' and irrelevant?
 
 
Knowledge Bank
 
How a partnership is transforming a scarred moorland landscape 4 October 2019, by Jocelyn Timperley The soils in some areas of peatland in the South Pennines used to be more acidic than lemon juice, but work by a pioneering partnership is helping to return a degraded blanket bog to an active state, Jocelyn Timperley reports How a partnership is transforming a scarred moorland landscape
 
 
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