Minerals Plan: Key Issues & Options

Derby & Derbyshire Minerals Core Strategy: Key Issues & Options Questionnaire

Responses

List of answers to the specified question
NameOptionTextDate
Andrew Threlfall Option 2: Use an average figure of recent annual production rates to calculate annual apportionment figures from 2020 - 2030. 21 Jun 2010 12:54
Karen Miller - National Trust Other (please specify) Neither Option is wholly supported. It is considered that Option 2 is the most appropriate starting point, but that this needs to be modified to include an assessment of the potential reduction in need that will be achieved as a result of Objective E which should result in a reduced requirement to exploit primary resources.
10 Aug 2010 16:10
Karen Miller - National Trust Neither Option is wholly supported. It is considered that Option 2 is the most appropriate starting point, but that this needs to be modified to include an assessment of the potential reduction in need that will be achieved as a result of Objective E which should result in a reduced requirement to exploit primary resources.
10 Aug 2010 16:10
Mr Bowen - South Derbyshire District Council Option 2: Use an average figure of recent annual production rates to calculate annual apportionment figures from 2020 - 2030. 12 Aug 2010 14:43
Peter Toon - Hanson UK Option 1: Make an estimate of provision beyond 2020 based on a straight line projection of the current agreed apportionments (i.e. the annual apportionments for crushed rock and sand & gravel remain the same for the years from 2020 - 2030 as they are from 2005 - 2020). 28 Sep 2010 11:39
Sarah Porter - Beeley Parish Council Option 2: Use an average figure of recent annual production rates to calculate annual apportionment figures from 2020 - 2030. 19 May 2010 11:18
Alison Hicklin - Barrow upon Trent Parish Council Option 1: Make an estimate of provision beyond 2020 based on a straight line projection of the current agreed apportionments (i.e. the annual apportionments for crushed rock and sand & gravel remain the same for the years from 2020 - 2030 as they are from 2005 - 2020). 03 Jun 2010 12:17
Andrew Leivers Option 2: Use an average figure of recent annual production rates to calculate annual apportionment figures from 2020 - 2030. 14 Jun 2010 13:26
Andy Tickle - Friends of the Peak District Option 2: Use an average figure of recent annual production rates to calculate annual apportionment figures from 2020 - 2030. 30 Jul 2010 11:25
Heidi Sargeant - Elvaston Parish Council Option 2: Use an average figure of recent annual production rates to calculate annual apportionment figures from 2020 - 2030. 05 Jul 2010 23:59
Henry Folkard - British Mountaineering Council Other (please specify) Both options will give an inflated figure. Inclination would therefore be to use whchever gave the lower figure and qualify it with abundant health warnings to the extent that you could safeguard the option of retreat from it if a better figure presented itself. 18 Aug 2010 14:24
Henry Folkard - British Mountaineering Council Both options will give an inflated figure. Inclination would therefore be to use whchever gave the lower figure and qualify it with abundant health warnings to the extent that you could safeguard the option of retreat from it if a better figure presented itself. 18 Aug 2010 14:24
Jenna Conway - Tarmac Option 1: Make an estimate of provision beyond 2020 based on a straight line projection of the current agreed apportionments (i.e. the annual apportionments for crushed rock and sand & gravel remain the same for the years from 2020 - 2030 as they are from 2005 - 2020). 02 Aug 2010 14:59
John Bradshaw - Tarmac Option 1: Make an estimate of provision beyond 2020 based on a straight line projection of the current agreed apportionments (i.e. the annual apportionments for crushed rock and sand & gravel remain the same for the years from 2020 - 2030 as they are from 2005 - 2020). 13 Aug 2010 14:46
Mark North - Mineral Products Association Option 1: Make an estimate of provision beyond 2020 based on a straight line projection of the current agreed apportionments (i.e. the annual apportionments for crushed rock and sand & gravel remain the same for the years from 2020 - 2030 as they are from 2005 - 2020). 10 Aug 2010 14:03
Nigel Weedon - Longcliffe Quarries Limited Confidential 14 Jun 2010 16:41
Phil Jones Other (please specify) The world is a fast changing place and predicting 20 years forward is a fools game. Look back to 1990 and could we have predicted today - decline to nearly nothing in steel production, wind farms etc? If environmental change is as thought I would think less demand for Derbyshire aggregate minerals - fewer roads, no third runway at Heathrow and less airport construction elsewhere so fewer road upgrades linking to them. Use a less mathematical prediction method. 16 May 2010 23:04
Phil Jones The world is a fast changing place and predicting 20 years forward is a fools game. Look back to 1990 and could we have predicted today - decline to nearly nothing in steel production, wind farms etc? If environmental change is as thought I would think less demand for Derbyshire aggregate minerals - fewer roads, no third runway at Heathrow and less airport construction elsewhere so fewer road upgrades linking to them. Use a less mathematical prediction method. 16 May 2010 23:04
Planning - Cemex Option 1: Make an estimate of provision beyond 2020 based on a straight line projection of the current agreed apportionments (i.e. the annual apportionments for crushed rock and sand & gravel remain the same for the years from 2020 - 2030 as they are from 2005 - 2020). 02 Aug 2010 13:32