Environmental lawyers 'exploring all legal avenues' over Leadsom's Drax gas plant approval

Legal and environmental campaign group ClientEarth has said it is "exploring all legal avenues" in the wake of the government's decision to give the green light to plans to build gas-fire power facilities at the Drax Power Station in North Yorkshire against the advice of the Planning Inspectorate (PINS).

by Ben Cooper
Drax: gas plant plan approved last week (pic: Tim Dennell, Flickr)
Drax: gas plant plan approved last week (pic: Tim Dennell, Flickr)

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