Thousands of wells will be needed to make fracking financially viable, which will result in the industrialisation of huge areas of the British countryside.
Fracking will have a negative impact on local communities living near well- sites, bringing increased HGV traffic, noise and light pollution, a variety of health
problems and a likely fall in property prices.
This industry could have a serious impact on existing sustainable industries such as tourism and farming, and on the regional economy as a whole.
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