The 2017 Public Health Report from Healthy Suffolk states, "It is estimated that 118 people die early in Suffolk every year because of particulate air pollution", and "The adverse impact on health due to air pollution costs the UK economy more than £20bn per year." This report is at the webpage

https://www.healthysuffolk.org.uk/jsna/reports/jsna-topic-reports/air-quality

In calculating the environmental costs of the proposed plan both in terms of additional deaths caused the building process such as additional vehicle movements and the costs to society such as health, hospitalisation, absence from work, acid rain, corrosion etc. have you used the costs from the EU Directive on Green Public Procurement.

TASC's response to the sizewell B consultation.  A pdf copy can be downloaded here

1) We are aware that this consultation is being undertaken to enable EDFE in the fullness of time to submit a Planning Application to Suffolk Coastal District Council for the relocation of buildings etc on and off the SZC site to other locations. It is quite obvious that without the relocation of the buildings the site allocated for SZC is not of adequate size.
Until as such time as EDFE have Planning Consent from the Secretary of State for SZC any relocation of Buildings further west of the existing complex of SZA and B is premature.

2) If SZC does not receive Planning Consent, further areas of Suffolk Coast and Heaths AONB will have been sacrificed unnecessarily. We therefore submit that any application for relocation should not be considered by the Local Planning Authority but should form part of the application for DCO for SZC and considered by the Planning Inspectorate.