MLSG have responded to all four Pre-Application Consultation stages and the fifth which occured after the DCO was submitted but before the examination 6 month period officially started. Two further consultations occured during the examination stage due to DCO changes requested by EDF. Further details and responses to these later consultations and changes can be found within the documents in the Development Consent Order area.
Links to the left take you to all our responses and updates without the pictures contained in the PDFs, which are listed here also.
As one of the coastal groups in the area we also take part in Suffolk Coast Action for Resilience (SCAR) meetings on a regular basis. As the group who are most closely associated with the Sizewell and Minsmere coast and inland marsh, we have been working with SCAR to inform their responses to the consultations and those are also posted here.
It has also been very pleasing to see a very much more robust response County, District, Town and Parish councils, Natural England, Environment Agency, Marine Management Organisation, various wildlife and ecologically minded organisations such as RSPB, AONB, Suffolk Preservation Society, TEAGS and others that, in general, support and reinforce the general disquiet with EDF's proposals and the shallow nature of their consultations.
As the Development Consent Order (DCO) examination has now been completed and PINS will be submitting their report to the Secretary of State on 25th February, these documents serve to show our efforts to question EDF's plans and raise issues, sme of which remain unanswered even though the PINS examination is over.
Further information, actions and supporting materials can be found at Stop Sizewell C (formerly TEAGS).