Huge green belt quarry plan turned down against officer advice

Proposals for a quarry that would have allowed for approximately 300,000 tonnes of gravel and sand to be dug up each year in the West Midlands green belt have been refused despite officers recommending they be allowed to go ahead.

by Chris Caulfield
The quarry site. Pic: Worcestershire County Council
The quarry site. Pic: Worcestershire County Council

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