MINERALS

Rigg Farm Quarry, owned by Raeburn Brick Limited, is  brick making clay quarry located to the south of East Kilbride in South Lanarkshire. The quarry was originally granted planning permission in 1967 and has not been worked for a number of years. Stephenson Halliday has recently submitted a ‘Review of Old Minerals Permission’ (ROMP) application […]

Working with Cemex UK Ltd, the Stephenson Halliday team prepared a comprehensive planning application, including Environmental Statement and phased working drawings, to extend this Limestone Quarry in north west Cumbria. The application was submitted in May 2014 and addressed the key planning issues of need for the continued extraction together with the environmental impacts of […]

The latest of the Living with Minerals CBI conferences was attended by staff from Stephenson Halliday yesterday (17th November). A very well attended event included a range of speakers providing different views on how and why a national mineral strategy should be developed. Of particular interest to planners was Ruth Stanier’s presentation. She is the […]

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Mary Campbell and Nick Edwards of Stephenson Halliday are in attendance at the CBI Living with Minerals Conference being held at the QE11 Conference Centre today. Of particular interest is expected to be the Director of Planning at DCLG Ruth Stanier, who will be presenting ‘A Planning Perspective on Future Mineral Supply’. The UK Minerals Forum […]

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Stephenson Halliday has assisted Lakeland Waste Management (Cumbria Waste Management Ltd & Lakeland Minerals Ltd) with this combined site for over 20 years. On their behalf we co-ordinated, prepared and submitted in September 2012 the Planning Application, incorporating an Environmental Impact Assessment for the extension of time for operations to 2032, for the adjoining Flusco […]