Lawyer cool on NSIP fracking approval route

Arguments that the development of exploratory shale gas rigs should be facilitated by treating them as Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects (NSIPs), rather than allowing them to be determined by mineral planning authorities, might be misguided, according to a lawyer who acted for applicant Cuadrilla in its recent unsuccessful applications in Lancashire.

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