However the survey, that includes a section of PEDL 200 (but not Tinker Lane site itself) is subject to certain conditions imposed by NCC Minerals Planning Authority. The letter that sets out the conditions was sent by email to INEOS Upstream.
Full letter here, main points as follows:
INEOS must respect stand-off distances as previously agreed with Historic England in the vicinity of Cresswell Crags. Natural England require stand-offs at certain sensitive receptors, Birklands and Bilhaugh.
Where shot holes are required across brownfield or former industrial sites then the Environment Agency will have an involvement. Certain trees would also be safeguarded throughout the 6 month survey, those determined as veteran and ancient trees by the INEOS Environmental Clerk of Works. It is not clear from the letter if a ban on shot holing the land that has been used for spoil disposal applies to the areas around for instance, Manton Colliery.