||Enforcement notice because working was taking place below water table and also too close to the boundary, and progressive restoration was not being undertaken
||Company was advised that Area 3 had been commenced before Area 1 had been restored; it was working too close to field boundaries and the edges were too steep; worked areas were being left under water.
||Enforcement notice due to breach of condition 1 because 21 acres had been worked in Area 3 before Area 1 had been restored, and breach of condition 5 because excavation had taken place closer than 25ft. to the existing field boundary. Seven days later, the company appealed to DoE.
||Enforcement notice of 18/11/75 withdrawn because “work was substantially complete”.
||It was noted that 800 yards of drainage pipeline had been constructed from River Ure past East Tanfield without planning permission.
||Enforcement notice served regarding invalid use of dumper trucks on public roads.
||Permission granted for partially completed drainage pipeline from quarry to River Ure.
||Revised enforcement notice served giving 7 days for transportation of material by dumper trucks to cease. On 11 April, the company appealed to DoE.
||Company appealed to DoE against county council twice refusing to allow construction of a quarry haul road.
||Report to planning committee on company’s non-compliance with condition 2 of 1/3/85 consent regarding soiling of pipeline route.