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How to access and use the coal mining information for England, Scotland and Wales held in the national coal mining database.
Description of the dataset showing known extent of coal mining activity, which is used to check if a coal mining report is needed.
1. Description Keywords Coal Mining, Underground, Mining Report, Ground…
Description of the dataset showing known mine entries indicating the entrance into a mine working.
1. Description Keywords Mine Entry, Coal Mining, Underground, Mining…
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.
Description of the abandoned mines catalogue, a search tool to determine relevant abandonment plans to a given search criteria.
How to get data and documents held by the Coal Authority.
Description of the dataset showing underground coal workings whose depth is 30 metres or less from the surface.
Description of the dataset showing part of the coal mining reporting area which contains recorded coal mining related features.
Description of the dataset showing known locations where a coal seam is near the surface.
How to deal with covenants and legal requirements contained in title deeds which refer to the Coal Authority and its predecessors.
Description of the dataset showing likely extent of shallow underground coal workings for which no recorded plans exist.
Description of the dataset showing the area of the ground that might be affected if subsidence a mine entry occurs.
Description of the dataset showing extent of coal resources capable of being extracted by surface mining methods.
If you are developing a site within a coalfield area you may need to give additional consideration to the proposed drainage and infiltration.
The Coal Authority owns and manages 40 disused colliery tip sites across the United Kingdom.
Description of the dataset showing areas of coal extracted by surface excavations in the past or currently being excavated.
The Coal Authority is undertaking an emergency review of all spoil tips in Wales.
Description of the dataset showing types of geological disturbances which may have been affected by coal mining.
How to find out if a coal mining licence or other consent is needed and how to apply.
Detailed guidance on building near to coal and mines.
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