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Mineral Planning Bulletin 25 October 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.

 
Briefing
 
Levenseat's low-carbon aggregates achieve end-of-waste status 11 October 2021, by Maxine Perella Levenseat has become the first Scottish company to secure 'end-of-waste' certification for its low-carbon aggregates. Levenseat's low-carbon aggregates achieve end-of-waste status
 
 
 
IQ issues updated guidance for mineral soils handling 1 October 2021, by Maxine Perella The Institute of Quarrying (IQ) has updated its guidance for handling soils in mineral workings following a detailed review and stakeholder consultation.
 
 
 
Market output for asphalt dips in 2020
 
 
 
Net zero under the spotlight at IQ conference
 
 
 
Drilling to commence at Parys Mountain mine
 
 
 
Minerals charity arm launches climate grants
 
 
 
Test kiln shows promise for decarbonising cement production
 
 
 
ESG disclosure launches on metals trading platform
 
 
 
Casework – Applications
 
More time allowed for signing of legal agreement
 
 
 
New conditions approved for south Wales ROMP application
 
 
 
Councillors block Yorkshire well site extension
 
 
 
Silica sand quarry extension approved
 
 
 
Sand extraction refused over road safety concerns
 
 
 
Casework – Appeals
 
Energy facility refused as contrary to council's climate change commitment
 
 
 
Legal comment
 
Stonehenge tunnel ruling shows why alternatives cannot always be ignored 16 August 2021 Stonehenge tunnel ruling shows why alternatives cannot always be ignored
 
 
Knowledge Bank
 
Roofing the 19th century world: how a Welsh slate region has gained global recognition 16 August 2021, by Ruth Amundson North-west Wales' slate landscape has been granted World Heritage Site status. Ruth Amundson looks at how the area became world renowned, not just as an exporter of an important building material but also for its technology and skills Roofing the 19th century world: how a Welsh slate region has gained global recognition
 
 
 
Mineral Planning issue 197, October 2021 18 October 2021 The latest edition of Mineral Planning is now out, looking at planning reform, COP26 and how to navigate the world of 'Swampy'. Click through to read the full version of the magazine online Mineral Planning issue 197, October 2021
 
 
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