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Last edited 19 Jun 2017
Mineral safeguarding area
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The national planning policy framework (nppf) defines a mineral safeguarding area as:
'An area designated by Minerals Planning Authorities which covers known deposits of minerals which are desired to be kept safeguarded from unnecessary sterilisation by non-mineral development.'
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