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Planning Advice Note 64: reclamation of surface mineral workings

Published: 13 Jan 2003
Part of:
Building, planning and design
ISBN:
0-7559-0672-1

Planning Advice Note (PAN) 64 provides advice to help planning authorities and operators improve the reclamation of surface mineral workings.

59 page PDF

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59 page PDF

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Contents
Planning Advice Note 64: reclamation of surface mineral workings
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59 page PDF

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PAN 64: Reclamation of Surface Mineral Workings

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SNH (2000), Minerals and the Natural Heritage in Scotland's Midland Valley.

Symonds Travers Morgans (1998), Reducing the Effects of Surface Mineral Workings on the Water Environment.

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Contact

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