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  • Halletec Presents at RICS Technical Meeting

    Halletec staff are presenting at the North Staffordshire RICS Technical Meeting on the 15th March 2016 with our colleagues from Novus Energy. The presentation takes a look at the potential impacts of recent policy changes and what may be involved in…

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  • Planning Permission for Loggerheads

    Halletec were recently successful in obtaining outline planning permission for 78 new dwellings in the village of Loggerheads located close to the border of Shropshire and Staffordshire. Located on the edge of the existing village, the scheme…

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  • Presentation To Institute of Quarrying

    Halletec staff recently collaborated with one of our legal partners to make a presentation on the subject of renewables in quarries to the North Wales branch of the Institute of Quarrying. The presentation was aimed at updating local quarry…

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  • Mineral News

    UK quarries formerly under the Lafarge Tarmac name to revert to Tarmac under new ownership by CRH PLC

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  • Energy News

    27 onshore oil and gas licence blocks to be formally offered as part of the 14th Licensing round; further blocks under consultation

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  • Renewables News

    Imminent Likely Changes to renewable subsidies are currently under consultation – More news to follow at the end of the year

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  • Welcome To Halletec’s New Website

    We have recently updated our website to bring you up to date with all the services that we offer to both landowners, quarry operators and land developers. Please review our updated website and if you think we can be of assistance please contact us…

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We are still working. Please note that during the current Covid-19 pandemic Halletec is following Government advice by ensuring staff are kept safe. During this period the office will not be fully manned and where necessary staff will be working from home. We can still be contacted on the usual number 01630 698 035, via the web site and the usual email addresses.  In the event there is a delay in our ability to respond to your calls please bear with us. Above all stay safe.