How to access and use the coal mining information for England, Scotland and Wales held in the national coal mining database.
If your site is in a Development High Risk Area you will need to submit a Coal Mining Risk Assessment to your Local Planning Authority.
How to get data and documents held by the Coal Authority.
How to deal with covenants and legal requirements contained in title deeds which refer to the Coal Authority and its predecessors.
If you are developing a site within a coalfield area you may need to give additional consideration to the proposed drainage and infiltration.
Detailed guidance on building near to coal and mines.
How to find out if a coal mining licence or other consent is needed and how to apply.
Coal seams in England with a history of spontaneous combustion
Mine water blocks are a set of flooded collieries which are interconnected and exhibit a continuous gradient of water level across their area.
These documents provide information about the proposed Barneycraig mine water treatment scheme.
When planning for the future of a local council area the development plans should safeguard coal resources which are close to the surface.
Explanation of why you may be able to get compensation for your surveyor's fees if you successfully claim for coal mining subsidence damage.
Form of notice inviting applications for rights and interests in coal.
Form of notice inviting applications for rights and interest in coal.
Coal Authority data sets available under licence.
These documents provide information about the proposed Haggs mine water treatment scheme in Cumbria.
The price for Coal Authority data sets varies according to which licence they are provided under.
Guidance for applying to get permission to enter, disturb or alter coal mines or coal on your property.
This document provides guidance on managing the risk of hazardous gases when drilling or piling near coal.
These documents have now been superseded, up to date information can now be found on the current documents page.
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