The councillors who will decide next week on Cuadrilla’s applications to frack in Lancashire have been named. The 15-member committee will meet on Wednesday 28th January to decide on the application for the Preston New Road site. The decision on the Roseacre Wood site will be made on […]
Key events and activities in January on fracking and onshore oil and gas, including the Infrastructure Bill vote, demonstrations and decisions on Cuadrilla’s Fylde planning applications. Wednesday 21st January Petition hand-in to Lancashire County Council on Cuadrilla planning applications, 9am-10am, County Hall, Preston PR1 8RL Details
Our review of some of the key events and announcements on fracking and onshore oil and gas for in 2015 Parliament The Committee stage of the Infrastructure Bill resumes with two sessions on Tuesday 6th January and continues on Thursday 8th, Tuesday 13 and Thursday 15th January 2015. […]
Lancashire County Council has confirmed that Cuadrilla’s planning applications for exploratory drilling and fracking in the Fylde will be decided on January 28th and 29th 2015, according to reports by the Roseacre Awareness Group.
A statement from Lancashire County Council released within the past few minutes says there will be a new public consultation on Cuadrilla’s two planning applications for exploratory gas wells in the Fylde.
On 31st October, we asked Cuadrilla to respond to a report on the impact of shale gas extraction on public health. This had been commissioned by Lancashire County Council as part of the process to assess Cuadrilla’s applications to drill and frack at Roseacre Wood and Preston New […]
A councillor for residents in the Fylde area of Lancashire, where Cuadrilla wants to frack, has called on the government to bring in tougher regulation for the shale gas industry before operations begin.
The prospect of Cuadrilla’s proposed fracking sites near Blackpool is already causing fear, anxiety, stress, sleep disturbance and depression among people living nearby, according to study for Lancashire County Council.
Lancashire County Council said today it needs more time to make a decision on Cuadrilla’s planning applications to drill and hydraulic fracture up to eight gas wells in the Fyld near Blackpool.
Cuadrilla returns to the High Court tomorrow morning (Wednesday October 8th) to seek an injunction against anti-fracking campaigners.