EDF Energy will hold further consultation on Sizewell C in response to requests for further options and more information on a number of topics.
Woodbridge residents can attend a public exhibition at the Community Hall on Friday 26th July between 2 and 8pm.
The Stage 4 consultation will run from 18 July to 27 September and will look at revised proposals on the delivery of materials to the site, use of land and the management of local ecology.
Jim Crawford, Sizewell C project development director said: “We have listened to the feedback at Stage 3. A number of people told us they would like to see a further stage of consultation to better understand proposals, such as transport and transport mitigation measures. We are not discounting any of the proposals put forward at Stage 3 at this stage, so if anyone did not get the chance to feedback to our Stage 3 proposals this is another opportunity.”
Sizewell C is needed to help the country move away from polluting fossil fuels like coal and gas and will play a major role in fighting climate change. It will also create local skilled jobs and training opportunities for thousands of people, as well as opportunities for suppliers and local businesses. Work to identify and prepare the supply chain is already underway with the Suffolk Chamber of Commerce.