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Selwyn MP Amy Adams is hugely disappointed that the overwhelming view of local residents has been ignored in the decision to allow Fulton Hogan to establish an aggregate quarry in Templeton.

“While the Commissioners have imposed some conditions around the consents, I know this will be cold comfort to the local community, which has worked so hard to draw attention to the effects the quarry will have on neighbouring residents,” Ms Adams said.

“I remain firmly of the view that quarrying should not be permitted within close proximity of residential areas and I urge the local Councils and the Government to get on board and make the necessary legislative changes,” Ms Adams said.

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