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Mineral Planning Bulletin 23 October 2019

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

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Aggregate Industries snaps up Midlands ready-mix firm 14 October 2019, by Maxine Perella Aggregate Industries has acquired Maxi Readymix Concrete, an independent ready-mix concrete business in Leicestershire, for an undisclosed sum. Aggregate Industries snaps up Midlands ready-mix firm
Breedon acquires Welsh road surfacing firm for £13.5m 14 October 2019, by Maxine Perella Construction firm Breedon Group has acquired Roadway Civil Engineering & Surfacing, a north Wales asphalt production and contract surfacing business, for a sum of up to £13.5m.
New soil handling guidance set for 2020
Hanson opens ready-mix plant in Kent
MJ Church boosts waste arm with quarry acquisition
Solar on course to reduce energy costs of mine water treatment
Tarmac quarry hero rescues car driver from flood water
New exhibitors drive record sales at Hillhead 2020
Casework – Applications
Aggregate recycling proposal approved
Consent granted for oil storage at well site
Extension and retention of Surrey wellsite for hydrocarbon production allowed
Extension to Leicestershire quarry approved
Casework – Appeals
Drax Power Station recommendation overruled
'Visually harsh' concrete batching plant refused
Welsh ministers reject aggregate recovery proposal
Knowledge Bank
Why more geologists are needed in the climate fight 4 October 2019, by Craig Storey, James Darling, Nick Koor Long associated with fossil fuels, geologist are now the forefront of finding ways to tackle the climate crisis. Craig Storey, James Darling and Nick Koor explain why we need more young people to join the profession Why more geologists are needed in the climate fight
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