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Mike Carr - Derby and Derbyshire Local Access Forum 27 Aug 2010

Derby & Derbyshire Minerals Core Strategy: Key Issues & Options Part Two: Vision, Objectives, Issues & Options Chapter 7: Major Issues & Options Objective A: Ensuring Sufficient Provision of Minerals How should we calculate the provision for aggregates beyond 2020? how we should calculate the provision for aggregates beyond 2020

  • Comment ID: /4029345/3
For Issue 1 we think that both options will overestimate the requirement. We would go further and suggest that this be kept under a rolling review which would support the BMC's suggestion of an ability to retreat to a lower figure when this becomes obvious. We also agree Issue 1 (b) on the basis that so far as we can foresee, future demand will be for reduced quantities.
John Bradshaw - Tarmac 13 Aug 2010

Derby & Derbyshire Minerals Core Strategy: Key Issues & Options Part Two: Vision, Objectives, Issues & Options Chapter 7: Major Issues & Options Objective A: Ensuring Sufficient Provision of Minerals How should we calculate the provision for aggregates beyond 2020? how we should calculate the provision for aggregates beyond 2020

  • Comment ID: /3853857/3
It proposes that post 2020, any such further reduction in the Peal Park's sub-regional obligation should be shared with other neighbouring Authorities rather than accepted by Derbyshire. This aspiration must be tempered with the reality that the ability and capacity of those regions, particularly the North West, to accept a larger share of the burden is limited without the grant of new permissions, possibly including the need for one or more new green field quarry development, assuming one coul
John Bradshaw - Tarmac 13 Aug 2010

Derby & Derbyshire Minerals Core Strategy: Key Issues & Options Part Two: Vision, Objectives, Issues & Options Chapter 7: Major Issues & Options Objective A: Ensuring Sufficient Provision of Minerals How should we calculate the provision for aggregates beyond 2020? how we should calculate the provision for aggregates beyond 2020

  • Comment ID: /3853857/5
a) This is a matter for the Regional Aggregate Working Party to advise on. The circumstances at the time should not be pre-empted. In any event, the Core Strategy will presumably be subject to rolling review during the Plan Period, at which point(s), the up to date situation can be reflected. Accordingly, Option 1 is the more appropriate at this stage. b) If such a policy was pursued it would put more emphasis on the need to protect existing crushed rock reserves outside the Peak Park - i.e.
Mark North - Mineral Products Association 10 Aug 2010

Derby & Derbyshire Minerals Core Strategy: Key Issues & Options Part Two: Vision, Objectives, Issues & Options Chapter 7: Major Issues & Options Objective A: Ensuring Sufficient Provision of Minerals How should we calculate the provision for aggregates beyond 2020? how we should calculate the provision for aggregates beyond 2020

  • Comment ID: /3979457/7
The same comment applies as that for Para.2.4. Consideration should also be given to identifying Preferred Areas.
Planning - Cemex 15 Jul 2010

Derby & Derbyshire Minerals Core Strategy: Key Issues & Options Part Two: Vision, Objectives, Issues & Options Chapter 7: Major Issues & Options Objective A: Ensuring Sufficient Provision of Minerals How should we calculate the provision for aggregates beyond 2020? how we should calculate the provision for aggregates beyond 2020

  • Comment ID: /3604769/1
It is crucial that the means of calculating aggregate provision be consistent throughout the Framework period. As the apportionment approach has been adopted for the period up to 2020 then this approach should continue to be adopted for the extended period up to 2030. There seems to be little logic behind the suggestion that Derbyshire should seek to reduce its contribution to the shortfall caused by the Peak Park running down its permitted reserves. It seems to be based on an anticipation th