Tag Archives: Lancashire Council

Printable Version of Petition to LCC

We urge Lancashire County Council to refuse planning consent to Aurora Energy Resources Ltd. for an exploratory wellsite on the Moss near Great Altcar. The online petition is available on the 38 Degrees website here.

If you would like to help collect signatures yourself, a downloadable / printable version of the petition is available by clicking on the image below or on this link Petition to LCC

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This can be handed in at the Frack Free Formby Saturday stall in Formby Village or alternatively, please contact us for a postal address. Many thanks for your support.

Public Meeting Postponed

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Frack Free Formby is postponing The Gild Hall meeting on the 27th of November until further notice.

Meanwhile, please sign the online petition to Lancashire County Council which is on the Frack Free Formby Facebook page and on the 38 Degrees website. We will also be in Formby village with a paper petition on Saturday mornings.

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If you would like to help collect signatures yourself, a downloadable / printable version of the petition is available by clicking on the image above or on this link Petition to LCC 

This can be handed in at the Saturday stall or please contact us for a postal address.
Many thanks for your support.

 

 

Petition to Lancashire Council

Petition launched to Lancashire County Council against fracking at Great Altcar

Great Altcar

We the undersigned urge Lancashire County Council to refuse planning consent to Aurora Energy Resources Ltd. for an exploratory wellsite on the Moss near Great Altcar for the purpose of Fracking (hydraulic fracturing) for shale gas.

Please click here to sign the petition

Why is this important?

There is a surplus of gas available to the UK even without shale gas exploration and the UK can satisfy its energy requirements using offshore resources and renewables. Shale gas will undermine the country’s climate change obligations and harvesting the gas presents unacceptable risks to the environment and the health of local residents and will consume and contaminate freshwater resources.