aggregates

Breedon celebrates 'excellent' results

11/03/2020

Breedon Group has celebrated an 'excellent performance' in its 2019 full-year results, with its profit before tax jumping by 18% to reach £94.6m.

Tarmac takes aggregate off the road for new asphalt plant

09/01/2020

The first freight trains have delivered aggregate to the site of a new asphalt and aggregates facility under construction by Tarmac in north east Birmingham.

Legal: The best option on aggregate

30/05/2019

Steven Porter, Alastair Dale and Jon Hart at award winning infrastructure law firm Pinsent Masons LLP highlight the recent review launched by the UK Government on the Aggregates Levy .

Expert advice to Aggregates Levy review lacks binding element

21/03/2019

The Treasury has published the framework for its review of the Aggregates Levy.

Breedon Aggregates buys Hope for £336m

19/11/2015

Breedon Aggregates has agreed to acquire Hope Construction Materials for £336 million, creating a single leading independent producer of cement, aggregates, asphalt and concrete.

Lafarge Tarmac and Owen Pugh join forces to deliver bypass scheme

14/07/2015

Lafarge Tarmac will supply 180,000 tonnes of construction aggregates to be used in the earthworks for the Morpeth Northern Bypass.

Strong sales of materials used in roads construction

06/05/2015

Sales volumes of aggregates, ready-mixed concrete and asphalt increased in the first quarter of 2015, according to figures released by the Mineral Products Association (MPA).

Barr sells aggregates business

09/10/2014

Scottish construction group Barr has sold its quarry business to fast-expanding Breedon Aggregates.

CMA tells Breedon to sell Scottish plants

09/04/2014

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has told Breedon Aggregates that it must sell two of its Scottish plants.

Aggregates used to treat iced roads and pavements

17/12/2013

Quarries across the UK are once again supplying fine aggregates to local authorities to treat iced roads and pavements.

Major rebrand for Aggregate Industries

26/09/2013

Aggregate Industries – a manufacturer and supplier of construction and building materials including asphalt, concrete, aggregates and more – has undergone a complete rebrand.

Breedon to buy Scottish assets of Aggregate Industries

10/04/2013

Breedon Aggregates is set to buy Scottish assets from Aggregate Industries in a deal worth £34 million.

Probe into cost of road materials

18/08/2011

The Competition Commission is set to probe the £3.4bn aggregates, cement and ready-mix concrete markets following claims that prices are being kept too high.

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