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Mineral Planning Bulletin 21 July 2019
 

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

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Briefing
 
Mine and quarry deaths ‘four times higher’ than industry average 8 July 2019, by Maxine Perella Mining and quarrying fatality rates are four times higher than the national average across all industries, according to latest figures published by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE). Mine and quarry deaths ‘four times higher’ than industry average
 
 
 
Hanson investment boosts supply at cement works 8 July 2019, by Maxine Perella Hanson has completed the first phase of a £24 million investment programme at its Padeswood cement works near Flintshire in Wales.
 
 
 
Quarry seeks working hours extension to keep flagship project ‘on track’
 
 
 
Cemex sand brand helps Cowdray gear up for polo Gold Cup
 
 
 
Updated guidance issued for safe drilling of coal
 
 
 
Banks’ Shotton mine records safety achievement
 
 
 
Green light given to drill UK’s second geoenergy observatory
 
 
 
Metso Minerals set for ‘industry shaping’ merger
 
 
 
Casework – Applications
 
Revised working scheme approved for Cumbrian quarry
 
 
 
Quarry development restored
 
 
 
Scottish opencast coal site restoration completed
 
 
 
New quarry approved in north-east Scotland
 
 
 
More time recommended for pink gritstone quarry in north-east Scotland
 
 
 
Casework – Appeals
 
Quarry extension granted on appeal
 
 
 
Knowledge Bank
 
Turning quarries into new habitats 12 June 2019, by John Ingham Restoring worked-out quarries is a long-term commitment that is planned before extraction commences and continues long after the workers have left the site. John Ingham outlines a project in Nottinghamshire Turning quarries into new habitats
 
 
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