Calls for Public Consultation on Fracking
8:01am 18th July 2013
Robin Stuchbury is calling for for the county council to hold a public consultation on the gas extraction process in the forthcoming Mineral Local Plan.
He's also urging for an investigation into the affects the process would have on an area between Aylesbury and Winslow if the license was granted.
It's believed the matter will be debated by Council both before and after consultation with the general public.
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