All bottled up and no where to go

High Peak borough Council have again unanimously rejected resubmitted plans for a large water bottling factory at Cowdale Quarry near Buxton.

Local residents, conservationists and countryside campaigners are celebrating after working so hard to keep this beauty spot protected.

Cowdale is an important part of the buffer zone between the Peak District and Buxton, and crucial for stopping industrial sprawl, noise and light pollution affecting the Peak District National Park.

Chris Sabian is a writer with http://www.peakdistrict.com and co-owner of http://www.paragonprints.co.uk

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