High Court quashes Sajid Javid's rejection of Druridge Bay coal mine

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Banks mining team at one of its existing surface mines in Northumberland / CREDIT: Banks Group
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Banks mining team at one of its existing surface mines in Northumberland / CREDIT: Banks Group

Bank's Mining wins appeal against former Housing and Communities Secretary's rejection of new open cast coal mine on climate grounds

Banks Mining has won a last minute reprieve for its plans to build an open cast coal mine near Druridge Bay, after the High Court today ruled the decision over whether to approve the project should be...

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