Info, Maps and Candidates in your area

Find your candidate, local information on licences, activity and local groups in your area

Find your candidate - Elections 2017

 

Communities across the country can stand up and vote for a frack free future.

 

2017 is the first opportunity to have your say.

 

Thursday 4th May is the date of the local government elections in England, Wales and Scotland, including combined local authority and mayoral elections.

 

The majority of areas under threat from fracking going to the polls in May, and it is clear that to stop fracking we have to change the minds of those in power, or change the people who make the decisions. This is your chance to do so.

 

A list of candidates will be published  when the ballot papers are released. 

 

Candidates sign up here

Whats happening in your area? Fracking licences maps

 

You can use the interactive maps to help you find out about licences, local groups and activity in your area

 

County Councils going to the polls with licence areas.

 

Click the link to your area below

 

Cumbria
Derbyshire
Dorset
Hampshire

Isle of Wight
Kent
Lancashire
Leicestershire
Lincolnshire
North Yorkshire
Nottinghamshire
Somerset
Staffordshire
Surrey
West Sussex

 

There are 24 Mayoral and unitary council elections also included on the Map.

Make sure you can use your vote

 

If you want to have your say in an election in the UK, you must be registered to vote. In England, Scotland or Wales, you can register to vote online

here.

National Frack Map

“To recover 15% of shale gas in Lancashire would need 33,000 wells on 5,500 pads. To be independent of gas imports, we would need to continue drilling 1,000 wells every year.” - Andy Aplin, Professor of Unconventional Petroleum, Durham University, March 2014

 

“The prospect of fracking in your area is a bit like putting a motorway or railway, like HS2, through your front garden. It is going to have an impact on the value of your property.”

- Ray Boulger, from leading mortgage advisor John Charcol, July 2015

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