Amy Adams: People's health being compromised isn't good enough

Publish Date
Monday, 21 May 2018, 1:08p.m.

An MP's concerned medical advice wasn't taken seriously - or even allowed at the quarry hearing. 

Selwyn MP Amy Adams says people's health being compromised in their homes, business and pre-schools - isn't good enough. 

"It's just not the right way to go when you've got health authorities both here in Christchurch and around the world saying we shouldn't allow this quarry in Greywacke this close to residential properties." 

Adams says the lack of medical consultation raises real questions about the behaviour of consent authorities. 

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