I assume you've found these online links?
Relevant Planning History
14. The first planning permission for the Marblaegis mine complex provided
Gypsum extraction in the Glebe mines area in 1951 to the then operator
Company Limited and numerous permissions have been granted since. British
Limited was established during the early 1960s and is now a subsidiary of
multinational company Saint-Gobain SA.
15. In more recent times, an initial Review of the Old Mining Permissions
submitted under the 1995 Environment Act by British Gypsum in October 1998
a set of conditions covering all previous extant mining consents. This was
the County Council and a notice of determination of conditions (Ref. No.
issued on 31st March 1999. This covered the Glebe and Marblaegis Mines
recent Costock extension area).
16. The main planning permission (Plg. Ref. 8/00/01321/CMA) for the mine
(covering the two
mining areas of Glebe Mine and Marblaegis Mine) was granted by the County
April 2001, when British Gypsum sought to vary planning conditions 7, 8 and
9 of the
Minerals Review Permission 8/98/01279. This varied controls over subsidence
permitted hours of blasting, and monitoring of the peak particle velocity
(PPV) of any
17. Planning permission (Plg. Ref. 8/11/01544/CMA) was granted by the County
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February 2012 for an 118ha. extension to the Marblaegis Mine into the
Costock area for
the underground extraction of further gypsum reserves. Mineral extraction
18. Currently the active underground mineral workings are associated with
Mine and extend to approximately 580 ha. including the most recently
in the Costock area (Plg. Ref. 8/11/01544/CMA). Glebe Mine is now closed
exhaustion of all workable deposits.
19. The extent of the mineral site is shown on Plan 1, with the mining site
Marblaegis Mine, together with the Costock extension covering an area of
2,072 ha., with
old mines: Glebe, Barton, Sheppards, Winsers, Goodacres, Weldon and
covering a further 1,780 ha.
20. The consented areas covered by planning permissions 8/00/01321 and
form the mineral site which is proposed to be reviewed under the 1995 Act.
And more if you want to read it ....
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Subject: Ownership History of Gypsum Mine at East Leake, Nottinghamshire
Can anyone provide me with the opening dates and list of ownership dates for
the current British Gypsum Mine at East Leake in Nottinghamshire.
Thanks in advance
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