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French nuclear company EDF disdains the Suffolk community with its cavalier change of plans

Stop Sizewell C (Instagram) 16th Oct 2020, This morning the East Anglian Daily Times published a story about EDF
wanting to change its Sizewell C proposals, and plans to hold a new 30-day
consultation. This has generated much confusion and outrage – but having
spoken to the Planning Inspectorate (PINS) we have a little more
information about what this means.
The proposals are not yet published. It
looks like a 30-day consultation could be held from 16 November until 15
December during which we would be expected to send feedback to EDF.
EDF would finalise its changes and formally submit them to the Examining
Authority, which would then decide whether to accept these revised
proposals for examination. Whether new Relevant Representations would have
to be made, or whether the Examining Authority would decide the examination
timetable based on the ones already sent, is not totally clear to us.
The examination would almost certainly be delayed. We are appalled by EDF’s
cavalier treatment of people. Since it is not credible that EDF has only
just come up with these changes since 30 September (when Councils and MPs
expressed such strong concerns), EDF should have told us before 30
September that changes were coming, paused the process in order to conduct
their consultations, and then restarted it, so that everyone could make
their Relevant Representations based on up to date information.

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October 19, 2020 - Posted by | politics, UK

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