Norfolk County Council should rethink its flawed 'Silica review' before 27th June 2016
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NCC is currently offering up over 1400 hectares of OUR beautiful county (much of it within 250m to 1000m of historic woodland, villages, designated SSI's, Commons, National Monuments and nature reserves) as 'preferred sites' for exploration for open pit mining when it has a national requirement to find merely 20 hectares.
We believe this a disproportionate and unnecessary approach which seriously puts at risk OUR environment and wildlife, OUR health, OUR safety, OUR jobs (Tourism) and OUR heritage.
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