LNG Milford Haven

Hardy and Maile v. Pembrokeshire County Council and others

CO/1401/2005

Neutral Citation Number: [2005] EWHC 1872 (Admin)

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE

QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION

THE ADMINISTRATIVE COURT

Royal Courts of Justice

Strand

London WC2

 

Tuesday, 26th July 2005

 

B E F O R E:

 

MR JUSTICE SULLIVAN

 

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THE QUEEN ON THE APPLICATION OF ALISON HARDY AND RODNEY MAILE

(CLAIMANTS)

 

-v-

 

(1) PEMBROKESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL

(2) PEMBROKESHIRE COAST NATIONAL PARK AUTHORITY

Hardy and Maile v. Pembrokeshire County Council and others

Case No: C1/2005/1659

Neutral Citation Number: [2006] EWCA Civ 240

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE

COURT OF APPEAL (CIVIL DIVISION)

ON APPEAL FROM THE ADMINISTRATIVE COURT

Mr Justice Sullivan

CO/1401/2005

Royal Courts of Justice

Strand, London, WC2A 2LL

 

Date: Friday, 17th March 2006

 

Before :

 

LORD JUSTICE CHADWICK

LORD JUSTICE KEENE

and

SIR PETER GIBSON

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Between :

 

Hardy and others Appellant

R (Hardy) v. Milford Haven Port Authority

CO/10756/2006 
Neutral Citation Number: [2007] EWHC 1883 (Admin)
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION 
THE ADMINISTRATIVE COURT 
Royal Courts of Justice 
Strand
London WC2A 2LL

Wednesday, 4 July 2007

B e f o r e:

MR JUSTICE BEATSON

Between: 
THE QUEEN ON THE APPLICATION OF ALISON HARDY 
Claimant
v

MILFORD HAVEN PORT AUTHORITY 
Defendant 
SOUTH HOOK LNG TERMINAL COMPANY LTD 
1st Interested Party

DRAGON LNG 
2nd Interested Party

Milford Haven Port Authority v. Information Commissioner

Information Tribunal Appeal Number: EA/2007/0036

Information Commissioner's Ref: FER0072936

Considered on the papers Decision Promulgated
On 5 November 2006 6th November 2007

BEFORE

CHAIRMAN

John Angel

and

LAY MEMBERS

ANNE CHAFER AND GARETH JONES

Between
MILFORD HAVEN PORT AUTHORITY
Appellant

And

INFORMATION COMMISSIONER
Respondent

And

RICHARD BUXTON ENVIRONMENTAL & PUBLIC LAW
1st Additional Party

And

R (Hardy) v. Milford Haven Port Authority

Case No: C1/2007/1518
Neutral Citation Number: [2007] EWCA Civ 1403
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE
COURT OF APPEAL (CIVIL DIVISION)
ON APPEAL FROM QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION, ADMINISTRATICE COURT
(MR JUSTICE BEATSON)
Royal Courts of Justice
Strand, London, WC2A 2LL

Date: Friday, 30th November 2007

Before:

LORD JUSTICE TOULSON
and
LORD JUSTICE BUXTON
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Between:

THE QUEEN ON THE APPLICATION OF HARDY
Appellant
- and -

Crickhowell Slams Port Authority For Serious Breaches

THE Milford Haven Port Authority has been directly criticised by the former Secretary of State for Wales over the handling of the LNG terminals around the town.

Speaking on BBC Radio Four's Today programme this morning, Lord Crickhowell said the authority had failed in its fundamental duty both to the people of Pembrokeshire and the UK Government.

"There is a very severe breach of its primary responsibility which is to ensure the safety of the port, people and the safety of the whole government energy strategy.

Judgement awaited over gas scheme

Campaigners opposed to two liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals in west Wales must wait to see if a bid for a judicial review has succeeded.

The terminals at Milford Haven will receive LNG - gas cooled to liquid and carried by tanker.

London's Appeal Court heard lawyers for protestors claim an "inflammable cloud" could engulf the area in a disaster.

But supporters of the project have said it is safe. Three Appeal Court judges reserved judgement to a later date.

The project will see LNG imported to Pembrokeshire from across the world by tanker.

Safe Haven group speak out again on LNG safety worries

A CAMPAIGN group has renewed safety fears about one of the most controversial energy projects ever to involve Wales ahead of the first delivery of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG).

From this week, ships carrying LNG will dock at Milford Haven, from where the gas will be piped across the country to Gloucestershire, where it will join the National Grid.

The Safe Haven fought a long, and ultimately unsuccessful battle to stop the project, claiming the safety risk was too high - an allegation rejected by all parties involved in the project, the regulators and the courts.

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