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Horton Quarry

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Owner: Hanson Quarry Products Europe Ltd
Location: Horton in Ribblesdale
Grid Reference:   3800 4721
Aggregate:  Carboniferous Limestone (but with reserves of Gritstone)
Permission End Date: 2042
Permitted Capacity: Restricted to 600,000 tonnes/yr by S106 Agreement
   
   
PLANNING HISTORY
   
Application No.: C/44/116R
Date Valid : 03/12/2012
Proposal : Full planning permission for the temporary importation and storage of Ingleton Quarry silt material within Horton Quarry tip area
Decision : Not yet decided
   
Application No.: C/44/116Q
Date Valid : 08/02/2012
Proposal : Full planning permission for additional screen house along with associated conveyors to eliminate the need to use the mobile crusher and screen unit.
Decision : Approved - Conditional
   
Application No.: C/44/116P
Date Valid : 07/07/2011
Proposal : Full planning permission for the temporary installation of mobile crushing and screening unit
Decision : Approved - Conditional
   
Application No.: C/44/116N
Date Valid: 21/05/2010
Proposal: Full planning permission for temporary installation of mobile crushing and screening unit
Decision: Approved - Conditional
   
Application No.: C/44/116M
Date Valid: 01/04/2009
Proposal: Full planning permission for retention of mobile screening units for stock recovery
Decision: Approved - Conditional
   
Application No.: C/44/116L
Date Valid: 25/01/2008
Proposal: Full planning permission for temporary installation of mobile screening units for stock recovery
Decision: Approved - Conditional
   
Application No.: C/44/116K
Date Valid: 04/12/2001
Proposal: Full planning permission for modifications to existing processing plant and installation of a lorry loading facility
Decision: Approved - Conditional
   
   
 Horton Quarry is operated under a number of old planning permissions dating back to the 1940s, 50s and 60s. The oldest (1948) permission was reviewed and new conditions agreed in 1996. In 1998, proposals for the remainder of the permissions were submitted for review in accordance with the requirements of the 1995 Environment Act.