* Write to EDF and ask them not to submit an application for a Development Consent Order during any coronavirus restrictions (which government advisers say could last most of the year). EDF will likely submit in April. Tell them a short delay would be unacceptable and they should not proceed until the Planning Inspectorate, Government’s Statutory Advisers, Local Authorities, Parish and Town Councils, Groups and individuals are fully resourced and fully able to engage. Without this, the planning process would be severely compromised. Email EDF on firstname.lastname@example.org and copy your message to the Planning Inspectorate at email@example.com.
* You can also ask Suffolk Coastal MP Therese Coffey to support this message: firstname.lastname@example.org (best to email her separately and – if you are a constituent – include your address).
A letter from 53 Town and Parish Councils making this request can be viewed/downloaded from here: you are welcome to use any of these points but do also personalise your messages 53TownParishCouncilsEDF31March
* Send a message to the Planning Inspectorate, urging them not to accept EDF’s application for consent to build Sizewell C. Go to https://actions.sumofus.org/a/stop-edf-planning-application/
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