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Liaison Panel Meeting Notes – July 2021

The Forest Lodge Home Farm (Hythe Quarry) Liaison Panel meeting, chaired by Cllr Alexis McEvoy, took place on 20th July 2021 virtually. The notes for this meeting can be found below. FLF-Liasion-Panel-Agenda-and-Minutes-20-July-2021

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Liaison Panel Meeting Notes – January 2021

The Forest Lodge Home Farm (Hythe Quarry) Liaison Panel meeting, chaired by Cllr Alexis McEvoy, took place on 12th January 2021 virtually. The notes for this meeting can be found below. FLF-Liasion-Panel-Minutes-12-January-21

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Hythe Quarry: prioritising staff safety, customer service and CSR

TJ has been successfully and safely operating Hythe Quarry for over two years and during that time in excess of 100,000 tonnes of aggregate have been quarried and supplied to businesses in the local area and beyond. The quarry produces two aggregates – sand and ballast, which are available at different times as the dig […]

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HYTHE QUARRY: PHASE 1 COMPLETE

TJ has recently completed the dig of Phase 1 at Hythe Quarry and are now moving on to prepare the area for refill. The quarry is split into 3 phases, whereby each ‘phase’ will be quarried at different times. This will increase efficiency because as one phase of the dig completes, it can be refilled […]

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Liaison Panel Meeting Notes – October 2020

The Forest Lodge Home Farm (Hythe Quarry) Liaison Panel meeting, chaired by Cllr Alexis McEvoy, took place on 1st October 2020 virtually. The notes for this meeting can be found below. FLF-Liasion-Panel-Minutes-1-October-20

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Liaison Panel Meeting Notes – February 2019

The Forest Lodge Home Farm (Hythe Quarry) Liaison Panel meeting, chaired by Cllr Alexis McEvoy, took place on 1st February 2019 at the Hythe & Dibden Community Centre. The notes for this meeting can be found below. FLF-Liasion-Panel-Minutes-1-Feb-19

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Hythe Quarry Gravel Paves the Way for Ancient Woodland

Hythe Quarry has helped to pave footpaths in Warren Copse, an ancient woodland in Fawley, Hampshire, by donating 10 tonnes of specialist path gravel. Warren Copse, a 13-acre site, was purchased by Fawley Parish Council as a Public Amenity in 2009 to compliment Holbury Manor which it already owned. Warren Copse, also known as Bluebell Wood, is […]

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