OXFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Planning ApplicationNotice ID: MF0276145
OXFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
I give notice that Smith & Sons (Bletchington) Ltd Enslow, Kidlington, OX5 3AY is applying to Oxfordshire County Council for planning permission for a Section 73 application to continue the development permitted by 14/0725/P/CM (for the development of integrated working and restoration for limestone extraction for producing aggregates and reconstituted stone products) without complying with conditions 1, 3, 4, 6 and 16 in order to extend the timescale for limestone working to 2035 with restoration by 2036, amend the phasing and restoration proposals and to amend legal agreements to allow the importation of limestone from Whitehill Quarry and to allow the blockworks to operate until 2035. at Burford Quarry, Burford Road, Brize Norton, Oxfordshire, OX 18 3NN.
You may view a copy of the application and supporting documents from 17/05/18 at Oxfordshire County Council, Communities, County Hall, New Road, Oxford, OX1 1ND or online at http://myeplanning.oxfordshire.gov.uk using reference MW.0032/18. If you wish to make any representations on this application either email David Periam, (Tel: 07824 545378) at firstname.lastname@example.org or write to the address above, alternatively you can comment online using the reference MW.0032/18. Comments should be made on or before 07/06/18 and failure to meet this deadline may result in your comments not being considered. The decision notice will be available online once the application has been decided.
NOTE Consideration of the development may take place in public and representations may be published. The proposal may be considered by the Council's Planning & Regulation Committee. (Only comments relating to planning issues will be taken into account when reaching a decision).
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