The crowded agenda for aggregates

The prospect of an aggregates tax may be preoccupying Britain's minerals businesses, but several other policies and measures of considerable importance to the industry are in the pipeline. Indeed, a forthcoming official review of the existing guidelines for aggregates supply may prove at least as crucial to the industry's - and the countryside's - fortunes as a tax.

The issues facing the industry were outlined in speeches by Planning Mini

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