Stop Sizewell C! Wrong Project, Wrong Time, Wrong Place.
EDF’s plans to build two new nuclear reactors at Sizewell in east Suffolk will have a devastating impact on this unique and magical place. There are better alternatives than Sizewell C in the fight against Climate Change and to avoid damaging protected habitats.
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**Update on EDF’s application for Development Consent** EDF applied for a Development Consent Order (DCO) on 27 May 2020. The process will take many month, with no decision expected before early 2022. EDF has now decided to change its proposals and is holding new consultations from 18 November to 18 December 2020. On Monday 7 December @ 6pm. Stop Sizewell C will hold an online briefing for concerned individuals about these new proposals and give guidance on how to respond. Register to take part here. Visit Take Part in the Planning Process for more information on the process overall.
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@aliosborne20 writes "who knew @CPSThinkTank was changing its name to the Centre for the Promotion of Sizewell C?" Turns out EDF "contributed funding" to their new report that calls for Sizewell C with its flood risks and money from China to go ahead.. https://t.co/Qd127xJS9y
@benedictrogers @WilliamJHague @MPIainDS @TomTugendhat This major report doesn't mention Chinese companies in critical UK infrastructure, but does call for a comprehensive review of China policy across government and UK to diversify supply chains to reduce "strategic dependency" on China. Surely @CGNBradwellB's days MUST be numbered?
@c_macdowell B1122 Action Group: "the overall pressure EDF's trucks will exert on Suffolk's roads is still unacceptable" Paul Collins "With so little time since the consultations we have little confidence adequate impact assessments have been carried out" https://t.co/6aoN4hFDkS