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South West Aggregates Working Party

The National Planning Policy Framework requires Minerals Planning Authorities to plan for a steady and adequate supply of aggregates.  They do this by participating in the operation of an Aggregate Working Party (AWP).  It takes the AWP's advice into account when preparing their Local Aggregate Assessment.  

Aggregate Working Parties work regionally. Membership includes representatives from the:

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  • Ministry for Housing
  • Communities and Local Government
  • Mineral Planning Authorities
  • Marine Management Organisation
  • Mineral Products Association
  • British Aggregates Association
  • Other representatives as appropriate

A Local Aggregate Assessment is an annual assessment of the demand for and supply of aggregates in a mineral planning authority’s area.

The Secretariat of the South West Aggregates Working Party (SW AWP) is David Jarvis Associates Ltd. Email Julia Webberley at juliawebberley@davidjarvis.biz.  

This page is hosted here because Cornwall Council provides the current Chair of the SW AWP. 

The SW AWP Terms of Reference set out the role and function of the AWP.

You can download minutes of recent SW AWP meetings:

The AWP is required to publish an Annual Report setting out the supply of aggregate minerals in the region:

Local Aggregate Assessments (LAAs) from respective Mineral Planning Authorities in the South West region are not published on this page.  They are available directly from the respective mineral planning authorities. However, the SW AWP has a protocol for the consideration of Local Aggregate Assessments. The SW AWP also has a protocol for the consideration of Statements of Common Ground in relation to the preparation of Local Plans.