What You Can Do

WATCH our “virtual” Public Meeting and read below for how you can help.

* 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 info@sizewellc.co.uk and copy your message to the Planning Inspectorate at sizewellc@planninginspectorate.gov.uk

* If you are a Suffolk resident – please message your County Councillor and East Suffolk Councillors. Ask them to tell their leadership to convey to EDF that this is not the right time. Contacts for local Councillors can also be found below.

* You can also ask Suffolk Coastal MP Therese Coffey to support this message: therese.coffey.mp@parliament.uk (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/

* Follow us on social media, and watch and share our videos, like the one below

* Oppose the new funding model the government is consulting on for new nuclear – the Regulated Asset Base (RAB) – under which EDF has suggested that all UK energy customers could pay £6/year towards Sizewell C. Please Sign and share this action from consumer campaign group Sum Of Us. https://actions.sumofus.org/a/no-energy-bill-surcharge-for-new-nuclear

* Donate: Donations gratefully received, by cheque to Old Store, Eastbridge IP16 4SJ or via www.stopsizewellc.org/donate.

* Stay In Touch: Join our email list via www.stopsizewellc.org/join to receive regular updates.

* Put up a Poster: Download artwork for our posters above for printing A3 or A4 size from  www.dropbox.com/home/New%20Artwork%20March%202020


EDF, Sizewell C Information Office, 48-50 High Street Leiston, Suffolk IP16 4EW,  info@sizewellc.co.uk

Suffolk Coastal Member of Parliament: Dr Therese Coffey, House of Commons, London SW1A 0AA.  Tel: 020 7219 7164. Email: therese.coffey.mp@parliament.uk

Suffolk County Council (SCC): Endeavour House, 8 Russell Road, Ipswich IP1 2BX.

SCC Leader, including Economic Development and Infrastructure: Cllr Matthew Hicks,  matthew.hicks@suffolk.gov.uk

Deputy Leader; Cllr Mary Evans mary.evans@suffolk.gov.uk

Environment and Public Protection and County Council Lead on Sizewell C: Cllr Richard Rout richard.rout@suffolk.gov.uk

Highways and Transport & Rural Issues: Cllr Andrew Reid  richard.smith@suffolk.gov.uk

Please copy any letters to local County Councillors Russ Rainger russ.rainger@suffolk.gov.uk and Richard Smith richard.smith@suffolk.gov.uk

East Suffolk District Council: Melton Hill, Woodbridge, Suffolk, IP12 1AU or Riverside, 4 Canning Rd, Lowestoft,
NR33 0EQ.

Leader & Finances/Resources:  Steve Gallant, steve.gallant@eastsuffolk.gov.uk

Deputy Leader & Economic Development, and ESC lead on Sizewell C: Craig Rivett, craig.rivett@eastsuffolk.gov.uk

Planning and Coastal Management: David Ritchie, david.ritchie@eastsuffolk.gov.uk

Communities, Leisure and Tourism: Leticia Smith, letitia.smith@eastsuffolk.gov.uk

Environment: James Mallinder, james.mallinder@eastsuffolk.gov.uk

Transport: Norman Brooks, norman.brooks@eastsuffolk.gov.uk

Please copy any letters to Aldeburgh & Leiston Ward’s three District Councillors: Tony Cooper tony.cooper@eastsuffolk.gov.uk, TJ Haworth Culf Terry-Jill.Haworth-Culf@eastsuffolk.gov.uk, and Jocelyn Bond jocelyn.bond@eastsuffolk.gov.uk

Planning Inspectorate [PINS], Temple Quay House, Temple Quay, Bristol BS1 6PN, sizewellc@planninginspectorate.gov.uk


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