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Impact on the Community and the Rural Economy

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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