CORNWALL AGAINST DEAN SUPERQUARRY (CADS) NEEDS YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT TO HELP RAISE FUNDS FOR ONGOING LEGAL BATTLE.

Silke Roskilly, Chair of CADS appeals to campaign supporters as legal costs continue.

Our small Cornish communities, The Manacles Marine Conservation Zone and  sustainable local businesses on the Lizard Peninsula have, for nearly two years now, been threatened with the re-opening and massive upsizing of Dean Quarry. CADS has filed a second claim for Judicial Review with the High Court following Cornwall Councilʼs decision, made on 28.9.2016, not to commence enforcement action against this unauthorised (EIA) development, in what is supposed to be a highly protected area on Cornwallʼs Lizard Peninsula. There is no planning permission for the current fence surrounding Dean Quarry, in spite of Cornwall Councilʼs own screening, which deems it necessary. The Hearing date is set for the 20th of January 2017 at the Bristol High Court. We need your help to ensure CADS can fund this court hearing and beyond.

CADS strongly believes that we must do all we can to not allow Cornwall Council and the developer to continuously act recklessly, without any recourse to their actions. If we allow this current unlawful situation to continue without any prospect of questions being answered or reassurances that the retrospective planning application will be filed in the foreseeable future, we will have failed in our duty to preserve and care for what is precious to our community.


On behalf of CADS I would like to thank everyone who has supported our campaign to fight the development of a Superquarry in this beautiful part of Cornwall so far.

Without your continued support and generosity, we will not be able to stop the long-term damage to our livelihoods, beautiful coastline, abundant wildlife, dark skies and tranquility that this industrialisation will cause.

Thank you in advance for whatever you can contribute. I realise that many of you may have already contributed, but your ongoing support is vital. Donations can be made using following details:


GoFundMe at: https://www.gofundme.com/superquarry-threatens-cornwall
Via PayPal using the link on our website www.cads2015.com
Bank transfer using following details: Community Against Dean Super Quarry, Bank: Santander, Account no: 7393 6182, Sort code: 09-01-28
cheques payable to “Community Against Dean Super Quarry" can be sent to: CADS 2015, Badger Cottage, Tregellast Barton Farm, St Keverne, Helston, Cornwall TR12 6NX.

Please visit our website www.cads2015.com for up to date information. Speak to friends and neighbours and pass this message on - we need your help now.

Silke Roskilly

Chair, CADS

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LATEST NEWS ON THE FUTURE OF TIDAL LAGOON(S).

It would seem like the issue of sourcing rock from Dean Quarry is not going to go away. Latest news published in the Guardian today, 10.1.2017. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/jan/10/government-review-swansea-bay-tidal-lagoon-electricity?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other

Charles Hendry is holding a press conference in Westminster on Thursday 12th January 2017 to publicise the findings of his independent review into Tidal Lagoons.

Shire Oak Quarries have pledged to resubmit planning permission for the perimeter fence of Dean Quarry on 12th January 2017.

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