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10/07/2020

Appeal: Mining structure protection works would cause ‘significant harm’

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Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape WHS / Shutterstock: 1077828713

Plans to resurface a group of historic mining ruins in Cornwall to protect them from weather erosion would harm the significance of the wider World Heritage Site, an inspector has ruled, despite the appellant’s warning that they were at risk of ‘total collapse’.

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