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Nov 12, 2015 By Anita McInnes THE State Administrative Tribunal has upheld the City of Swan’s decision to not grant approval for an increase in sand extraction and truck movements from a Maralla Rd quarry. Operators of the quarry, Urban Resources Pty Ltd, applied to the tribunal on July 15, 2014 after the City of Swan rejected the company’s application to extract and transport 500,000 tonnes of sand a ...[email protected]
Resources Pty Ltd’s (Urban’s) Maralla Road Sand Deposit located north of Perth. BRL’s wholly owned subsidiary Australian Silica Quartz Pty Ltd (“ASQ”) has executed a binding term sheet with Urban to jointly exploit Urban’s Maralla Road Silica Sand deposit located in Bullsbrook, Western Australia.
Urban’s Maralla Rd Silica Sand Mine with silica sand washing plant in operation. A binding agreement has been executed with Urban Resources Pty Ltd to jointly exploit Urban [s Silica Sand deposit located on M70/326 in Bullsbrook, Western Australia, in the same location as the ASQ Gingin Silica Sand Project. The agreement is
Facilities planning for Bullsbrook; Commenting on various development applications through the City of Swan; Mismatch between being a rural community within the Metropolitan Rural Scheme area; Matching developers' interests with those of the community; Maralla Rd Sand Mine; Morrissey Rd Sand Mine; Draft Perth Peel Green Growth Plan; Warbrook Rd ...
Nov 25, 2014 Owners of the Maralla Road sand mine have applied to increase annual production by up to 500,000 tons, with an expected 160 extra ‘truck movements’ per day. ... meaning Bullsbrook …
exploit Urban’s Silica Sand deposit located in Bullsbrook, Western Australia. Urban has operated the mine for the last six years and produced over 1Mt from the deposit in last two years. The ASQ/Urban Resources agreement presents the Company with the opportunity to potentially fast track it’s entry into the DSO silica sand expor t market.
Residents Against Mining Proposal. 67 likes. There are serious safety issues effecting more people than initially anticipated. Let's just get all the facts together prior to making those decisions!
MINE 4910. c2667539-76c.pdf. Test; 220 pages. c2667539-76c.pdf. University of New South Wales. MINE 4910. University of New South Wales ...
4.12 Industry-Extractive (Sand Mine) and Associated Works & Excavation Licence (Sand) - Lot 5892 Maralla Road, Bullsbrook (DA452-20) 5. OPERATIONAL MATTERS ; 5.1 Proposed Alterations to Building - Lot 81 (No.26) Junction Parade, Midland; 5.2 Sports Floodlighting - Charlottes Vineyard Playing Fields, Ellenbrook
Proposed Industry - Extractive (Sand Mine) and Associated works - Lot 5892 Maralla Road, BULLSBROOK The City has received the abovementioned proposal for consideration. The current approvals restrict the tonnage that is able to be excavated from the site to 150,000 tonnes per annum and restricts the total truck movements to and from the site to 40 per day (ie. 20 trips in and 20 trips out).
By-Law to allow for the sand mine that operates from Lot 5892 Maralla Road, Bullsbrook to continue to operate until the expiry of the relevant development approval in 2020. • An application was initially made to renew the Excavation Licence for the site however the Licence would have expired upon Council’s consideration of the application.
Dec 06, 2013 Public comment and submissions ; How to appeal against a decision or recommendation of the EPA
Dec 06, 2013 Extract sand from mining tenement ML70/326, Lot 5892 Maralla Road, Bullsbrook. Inquiry under s46 to change the conditions of Ministerial Statement 24.
An application has been made for continuation of sand extraction at Lot 5892 Maralla Road, Bullsbrook. The application seeks an increase in the tonnage of extraction to 500,000 tonnes per annum. An Industry-Extractive use is capable of approval in the
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