This page lists all media coverage from the Misson Springs planning committee meeting INews (Part 1) INews (Part 2) The Guardian (Part 1) The Guardian (Part 2) Notts TV ITV Central Nottingham Post The Star (Part 1) The Star (Part 2) Worksop Guardian Retford Times Mansfield Chad

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idlevalley

The Nottinghamshire County Council Planning Officer, Oliver Meek, has recommended that the Planning Committee approve IGas Energy’s application to explore for shale gas at Misson Springs. This recommendation comes despite thousands of written objections from local residents, as well as objections from Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, RSPB, CPRE Nottinghamshire, Notts Ramblers, Misson Parish Council,[…]

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tinker-artists-impression

From Frack Free Tinker Lane At an open public meeting of Bassetlaw District Councils (BDC) Planning Committee, in a decisive vote of 8 to 1 (1 abstention) the Committee decided to object to a planning application for an exploratory borehole near Barnby Moor. BDC are consultees to Nottinghamshire County Council[…]

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tinker-artists-impression

The Tinker Lane application for shale gas exploration is now LIVE and comments are open until Friday 8th July 2016. Frack Free Notts have put together an objection page here: http://frackfreenotts.org.uk/take-action/object-tinker-lane-exploratory/ Please share this link with everyone you know. Let’s get thousands of objections Please consider donating to Frack Free[…]

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4th June Sutton

This Saturday, 4 June 2016, come along and hear what is happening with the new shale gas exploration site in Notts, named Tinker Lane. Dart Energy (IGas) have lodged a planning application with Notts County Council which is being validated this week. It’s essential therefore that we get thousands of[…]

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INEOS

We’ve been able to see some of INEOS’s arguments for wanting to frack the East Midlands: INEOS SAY “Even with decarbonisation we will need gas for some time (e.g. for domestic central heating). Better to get it from more environmentally and socially responsible sources in the UK than from Russia and Qatar”[…]

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