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Lancashire County Council refused planning permission for the site in June 2015.
Cuadrilla appealed and the case went to a public inquiry in 2016.
PNRAG had argued that Mr Javid misunderstood local and national planning policy in granting planning permission for Cuadrilla to drill, frack and test four wells at Preston New Road, Little Plumpton.
Mr Frackman had said permission should have been refused on climate change and public health grounds. It’s chief executive, Francis Egan, said the company had always remained confident that the planning consent would stand (see full statement below).
“It is important that this issue is considered by the Supreme Court at a time when the shale gas industry is still in its infancy.
We intend to seek permission to appeal to the Supreme Court so that it can do so.”“The reality is that the UK has breached fundamental EU laws relating to environmental impact assessment and the precautionary principle in order to permit shale gas production under the disguise of ‘exploration’.
They had a duty of care to local residents and they fulfilled that duty.
They determined that the risks of this industry far outweighed any benefits to the local community.
It is clear now that fracking is an unpopular and wholly uncertain way to extract an unwanted fossil fuel.
It wholly contradicts the government’s latest commitment to hold our environment in trust for the next generation.
All of this comes in the light of calls for fracking in the UK to be suspended, if we are to have any hope of meeting our Paris Agreement targets.