Suffolk Preservation Society has set out its Sizewell C stall with a firm balance of costs and advantages and concluded "SPS believes, on the evidence provided by EDF themselves, that this is a seriously flawed project".
Director Fiona Cairns pointed out, in an Anglian feature, that the lack of meaningful environmental data made it especially challenging to critique the proposals. "A company of that size really should do better".
SPS are particularly concerned about the AONB, joining with the AONB itself, Suffolk Coastal Council, Suffolk County, the Suffolk Wildlife Trust and the tourism industry. T
he permament new access road across Sizewell Marshes and the tall workers accomodation block would "destroy the tranquillity and remote character of the place". SPS list many heritage buildings which would be impacted and stress there would be an "industrialising effect".
Lots more too, including a real wigging: "If EDF's Stage 2 consultation was an exam script, it would deserve a resounding fail" (email@example.com).