Plans to reopen Rotherham quarry

A mothballed limestone quarry in Rotherham could be brought back into use as the construction industry picks up.

Operators, Tarmac (previously Lafarge), have not used Harrycroft Quarry, which is in a Green Belt site between South Anston and Lindrick, for a number of years. It had previously operated with phased extraction and restoration (with imported inert materials) since original planning permission was granted in 1960.

Following a pause in work on site due to the recession, an application was submitted in 2006 for the submission of a revised scheme for the restoration of the site should mineral extraction/waste infill cease for a period in excess of twelve months. A further amendment was made in plans submitted in 2010 to extend the operations.

Read on… http://www.rothbiz.co.uk/2017/05/news-5581-plans-to-reopen-rotherham.html

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