Bramleymoor Lane, Marsh Lane, Derbyshire


Key facts

Address: Land off Bramleymoor Lane, near Marsh Lane, Eckington parish, Derbyshire SK21

Planning applicationCM4/0517/10  Screening request submitted to Derbyshire County Council Link to pdf of screening report: Screening request report for Bramleymoor Lane

Operator: INEOS Shale



16 September 2017

600+ people attended marches and a rally against INEOS application for shale gas exploration at Marsh Lane. Details

10 August 2017

Deadline for comments on planning application

29 June 2017

Environment Agency issues standard rules permit for Bramleymoor Lane and letters arrive with decision by Communities’ Secretary that the planning application does not need an EIA. Details

8 May 2017

Planning application submitted to Derbyshire County Council. Details

27 April 2017

INEOS posts formal notice at Bramleymoor Lane of its intention to apply for planning permission.

28 February 2017

Derbyshire County Council confirms that any planning application for Bramleymoor Lane will not need an Environmental Impact Assessment. Details

31 January 2017

INEOS and local opponents of its plans hold exhibitions in Marsh Lane. Details

30 January 2017

The Advertising Standards Authority confirms it has received three complaints about the INEOS supplement. Details

25 January 2017

INEOS publishes the first of 10 eight-page local newspaper advertising supplements. Details

24 January 2017

Eckington Parish Council votes unanimously against INEOS proposals. Details

19 January 2017

Meeting of Unstone Parish Council at which the INEOS plans discussed

10 January 2017

Meeting of Eckington Parish Council attended by Gordon Grant, of INEOS, and around 70 residents, some of whom demanded answers from the council about INEOS’s plans

6 January 2017

INEOS announces it has submitted an environmental screening report to Derbyshire County Council, requesting a decision on whether an environmental impact assessment is needed in a planning permission. The report identifies a site for a vertical well to take core samples. The company says a full application for five years will be submitted later in the year. Details

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