‌‌‌Suffolk County Council’s Concern Over Sizewell C Plans

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Suffolk County Council says it’s unable to support EDF Energy’s current plans to build Sizewell C nuclear power station on the county’s coast.  
The Council says that it has ‘significant concerns’ over transport, design and the environmental impacts of a new development.
Their report focuses on additional pylons at the site – but also the ecological damage and suitable plans to protect local wildlife species.
Further discussions on the Sizewell C proposals are to take place later this month, where the Council says transport impacts, site design and the environmental impact on the Suffolk coast remain unanswered by EDF Energy.

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