Minerals Plan: Key Issues & Options

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Henry Folkard - British Mountaineering Council 18 Aug 2010

Derby & Derbyshire Minerals Core Strategy: Key Issues & Options Part One: Background Information Chapter 3: A General Portrait of Derbyshire the Introduction

  • Comment ID: /3988769/4
This section lacks a paragraph on the nature of community and the sort of sustainable economic vision necessary to foster its future well being.
Roger Caisley - Suon Ltd 12 Aug 2010

Derby & Derbyshire Minerals Core Strategy: Key Issues & Options Part One: Background Information Chapter 3: A General Portrait of Derbyshire the Introduction

  • Comment ID: /3981825/2
Para. 3.3: Could be clearer if referred to the closure of the collieries in the eastern (and southern) part of the county. Reference simply to the East Derbyshire Woodlands Project seems a bit over the top, there are many other initiatives and projects which have and continue to be more significant.
Charles Butt - Nature After Minerals 11 Aug 2010

Derby & Derbyshire Minerals Core Strategy: Key Issues & Options Part One: Background Information Chapter 3: A General Portrait of Derbyshire the Introduction

  • Comment ID: /3980833/3
A 'key point' to make in addition to the environmental impacts would be to identify the benefits of restoration to high quality habitat. There is enormous potential for social and environmental benefits resulting from creation of priority habitats at a landscape scale.
Christopher Broome - Derbyshire Caving Association 15 Jul 2010

Derby & Derbyshire Minerals Core Strategy: Key Issues & Options Part One: Background Information Chapter 3: A General Portrait of Derbyshire the Introduction

  • Comment ID: /3606369/1
DCA fully accept that aggregates and minerals need to be extracted in Derbyshire for the UK economy, road building, industrial manufacturing etc. and we also agree that the Peak District National Park must have enhanced protection to prevent the continuation of its destruction from quarrying and mining. There are many unique and extensive cave systems in the Peak District that have come under threat from quarrying over the years and still today can have a major negative impact on caving activiti
Rachael Bust - Coal Authority 15 Jul 2010

Derby & Derbyshire Minerals Core Strategy: Key Issues & Options Part One: Background Information Chapter 3: A General Portrait of Derbyshire the Introduction

  • Comment ID: /3615457/1
Support - The Coal Authority supports the recognition within the key points in the general portrait of the importance of the legacy of coal extraction and the positive aspects of reclamation and regeneration that has taken place in Derbyshire.