Green light for fracking will set ‘dangerous precedent’

Green light for fracking will set ‘dangerous precedent’
 

The decision to over-rule a council’s rejection and allow fracking in Lancashire could set a “dangerous precedent” for Wigan.
The borough is covered by energy licences allowing exclusive rights to firms for shale gas exploration which would be subject to planning approval.
But the government yesterday over-ruled Lancashire County Council and gave the green light to Cuadrilla to start the controversial process on the Fylde Coast.
Makerfield MP Yvonne Fovargue told the Evening Post the decision by communities secretary Sajid Javid was worrying.
She said: “This is a deeply disappointing... read more

 
7 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 34
Source: Wigan Today
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