With the close of the public inquiry into Cuadrilla’s fracking plans this evening, we asked people who were there to reflect on the 19 days of hearings.
After a long-weekend break, the Cuadrilla fracking inquiry at Blackpool Football Club reaches its final day tomorrow (Wednesday 16th March).
58 members of the public gave their views against Cuadrilla’s plans to frack at Preston New Road and Roseacre Wood at the public inquiry at Blackpool Football Club. Another four supported the schemes. We reported live on the inquiry session, beginning with the supporters at 9.30am.
Today the Cuadrilla fracking inquiry turned to planning conditions that could be imposed if the proposed sites at Preston New Road and Roseacre Wood were approved.
Live updates from Cuadrilla fracking inquiry Day 16 – Newton-with-Clifton parish council and conditions
Live news as it happens at the 16th day of the inquiry at Blackpool Football Club into Cuadrilla’s fracking plans for the Fylde area of Lancashire. Check our Inquiry page for more information, posts and links. Today Cllr Peter Clifton, for Newton-with-Clifton Parish Council, is the last […]
The inquiry into Cuadrilla’s fracking plans for Lancashire goes into the final full week tomorrow (Tuesday 8th March) with evidence from opponents of the Preston New Road site.
The chair of a group of residents opposed to fracking at Roseacre Wood told the public inquiry about their fears if Cuadrilla’s plans went ahead.
Live news as it happens at the 14th day of the inquiry at Blackpool Football Club into Cuadrilla’s fracking plans for the Fylde area of Lancashire. Check our Inquiry page for more information, posts and links.
Roseacre Wood fracking site would “fundamentally change” community’s way of life + key landscape evidence from Day 13
Cuadrilla’s proposed fracking site at Roseacre Wood site would industrialise the undeveloped rural landscape, opponents told the shale gas inquiry today.
“Roseacre Wood fracking site likely to break noise conditions” + key noise points from Day 13 of Cuadrilla inquiry
A noise expert working for opponents of fracking told the public inquiry that Cuadrilla was likely to break planning conditions on noise limits at Roseacre Wood.