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London aggregates working party: monitoring report 2009

This report for 2009 builds upon the London monitoring surveys for the years 2000-08. It has been prepared from returns made by the operators…

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London Aggregates Working Party: Monitoring Report 2009

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London Aggregates Working Party: Monitoring Report 2009 - Figure 1

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This report for 2009 builds upon the London monitoring surveys for the years 2000-08.

It has been prepared from returns made by the operators of quarries, wharves and rail depots in London in response to the aggregate minerals 2009 survey, together with data on applications from London boroughs. The report also puts the findings in the context of the London Plan and the guidelines for aggregates provision.

The findings and recommendations in this report are those of the consultant authors and do not necessarily represent the views or proposed policies of the Department for Communities and Local Government.