Legacy coal mining structures can represent a significant and often unanticipated development constraint. The presence of coal mining legacy structures requires consideration when defining your development layout and will lead to abnormal development costs associated with capping of mine shafts, grouting of mine seams, deepened foundations and extended programmes. Early consideration of coal mining legacy structures is key to the successful delivery of a development in former coal mining areas. Check out our top tips below on how to manage and mitigate these risks to meet and enhance your project deliverables.
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