To raise awareness of the social and economic impact of metal, stone and heritage crime.
1. Metal, Stone and Heritage Crime
26/04/2018 - APPGs
Found: the social and economic impact of metal, stone and heritage crime.
2. HS2 Phase One planning forum: heritage subgroup meeting resources 2020
09/12/2020 - High Speed Two (HS2) Limited
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Found: HS2 PHASE 1 NORTH ENABLING
WORKS CONTRACT (EWC)
3. YORKSHIRE STONE THEFTS
20/10/2015 - Early Day Motions
Found: House expresses concern at the rising levels of stone theft across Yorkshire, with schools, homes, farms
4. Defence training estates Dartmoor training area surveys
26/08/2021 - Ministry of Defence
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Found: the statistics for stability and change for all heritage as-
sets-ries, March 2018.
Fig. 4 (right) The
Found: actions 125. Future work 156. Case studies: abandoned metal mines 167. References 22Mining played a major part
1. Scrap Metal Dealers Act 2013
10/05/2018 - Grand Committee
1: the Private Member’s Bill that became the Scrap Metal Dealers Act 2013. Almost exactly a year earlier - Speech Link
2. Stone Theft
22/06/2015 - Commons Chamber
1: to have been granted this Adjournment debate on stone theft, which is plaguing my local communities in - Speech Link
2: removed from his backyard. It seems to me that stone theft is not taken as seriously as it should be - Speech Link
3. Metal Theft
14/10/2021 - Lords Chamber
1: financial year to establish the National Infrastructure Crime Reduction Partnership. The partnership is going - Speech Link
2: does the Minister agree that the incidence of this crime can be reduced only by effective enforcement action - Speech Link
3: by 74%, but the amount of infrastructure-related metal theft has increased by 21% in the year ending March - Speech Link
4. Metal Theft
26/06/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: Government how they plan to counter the increase in metal theft on the railway network, from construction - Speech Link
2: distress that metal theft can cause. That is why we supported the introduction of the Scrap Metal Dealers Act - Speech Link
3: Lords, I agree with the Minister that the Scrap Metal Dealers Act has been very successful, not least - Speech Link
5. Scrap Metal Dealers Act 2013
02/11/2017 - Lords Chamber
1: British Transport Police, and the work of the scrap metal task force. Is she aware that in the past two years - Speech Link
2: recognise the impact that they have, particularly on heritage assets. On enforcement, obviously the police and - Speech Link
3: used on public sculptures and memorials? Are scrap metal dealers being encouraged to check for such markers - Speech Link
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Andrew Selous MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 020 7219 8134.
Public Enquiry Point:
Antonia Grey, British Metals Recycling Association, 5 Ramsay Court, Hinchingbrooke Business Park, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire PE28 5AW. Tel: 01480 455 249
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