I am currently involved in a complaint with the SCC Highways Dept., over the use of the B1122 through Theberton - lack of sleep makes it impossible for me to think  any further ahead.
 
The road outside my cottage was subject to road works in March this year for the benefit
of Sizewell B - (application for the construction of a new dry store) paid for by EDF.
 
If the current problem is resolved then I will turn my attention to Sizewell C - if not I will have to move and therefore will be of no use to the Sizewell C cause.

It has been claimed by EDF that the majority of Leiston residents want Sizewell C to be built. However when asked for the justification for this claim they have not responded.

The 2011 /12 Leiston Town Appraisal was carried out, at the behest of the Town Council by a small number of residents.The summary says;

 “Residents are largely in favour of further nuclear expansion (70%) as despite the problems of traffic ……..during the building of Sizewell B the benefits of increased employment ……were worthwhile by those who completed the questionnaire” This is a biased and illogical statement. The statement relies on the answer to Q 54, Q55 & Q56 that is for residents who lived in or around Leiston during the construction of Sizewell B not for the general population. They were only asked for positive and negative aspects but were not asked if they considered the former out weighed the latter.

Dear ONR,

I understand that two substantial developments have been approved by the Suffolk Coastal District Council for the Town of Leiston and that approval is conditional upon the ONR agreeing the development will not impact adversely upon the Sizewell Emergency arrangements. I would say that I have some professional expertise in this matter as, Health Physicist at Sizewell A (1962 - 1980), I set up and maintained the original Sizewell Emergency plan.

In 1982, your predecessor organisation, the NII, gave evidence to the Sizewell B Public Inquiry that Leiston and the old Leiston UDC area, because of nuclear emergency considerations, would not be subject to significant development. Indeed it is quoted that only another 157 domestic properties would be approved. Instead of honouring that evidence approximately another 1,000 domestic units have been built in the Town. Despite this the Authorities responsible for emergency actions have never demonstrated by way of an exercise that they could cope with such a large increase in the Town's size. It is now intended to increase the DEPZ to include the Town of Leiston and consequently there should be no further development until it has been established that the Authorities can cope with this new DEPZ.

People  who enjoy walking at Kenton Hills and Goose Hill probably do not realise the majority of pine trees are going to be felled at Goose Hill so as to have a road network installed  (not just a single access/escape route) and then all the vacant spaces will be used as a temporary storage area which will stretch all the way to Lower Abbey Farm, not far from the Eels Foot pub.

The good news is that they plan to recreate Heathland here but I have seen no detailed plans on where and how.
It goes without saying that whatever they store here is going to be very heavy and this is going to lead to serious compaction of soil which is going to be very detrimental to creating Heathland.