Monday, 11 January 2016

Quarrying still the most unpopular form of development

Latest survey by Development Intelligence sees quarrying at bottom of table for third year running
OPPOSITION towards new quarries has hardened and quarrying is still the most unpopular form of development, recent research by strategy consultancy Development Intelligence has revealed. DI Tracker, an annual survey commissioned by Development Intelligence, showed that three-quarters of people would oppose a new quarry in their local area and just one in 10 would support it. The survey, carried out in late 2015, spoke to 2,005 British adults and found that twice as many people would be prepared to support fracking in their area rather than a quarry...
...reports Agg-Net - a news service for the quarrying industry.