Councillors in Nottinghamshire resume discussions in the morning (15/11/2016) on an IGas plan to drill two shale gas wells at Misson in Bassetlaw.
This week’s diary features the decision meeting on IGas’s application to drill for shale at Springs Road, Misson in Nottinghamshire. Plus details of a resumed trial, two consultation deadlines, two conferences, talks, meetings, presentations, a film screening and a fundraiser.
Nottinghamshire County Council has confirmed it will resume its consideration later this month of IGas plans for two shale gas exploration wells at Misson, Bassetlaw.
Councillors in Nottinghamshire have delayed their decision on the first planning application for shale gas exploration in the county after being warned approval could allow illegal actions to be carried out on the site.
Nottinghamshire councillors meet in the morning to decide on the county’s first shale gas planning application.
Next week, councillors in Nottinghamshire will decide whether to give the go-ahead to the first shale gas exploration in the county.
Planners at Nottinghamshire County Council are recommending approval of a planning application by IGas to drill for shale gas at Misson in north Nottinghamshire.
The decision on plans by IGas to drill two shale gas exploration wells at Misson in north Nottinghamshire is now likely to be delayed for another three months.
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IGas’s plan to explore for shale gas at a site at Misson in north Nottinghamshire now looks unlikely to be decided next month.