The Association’s response to the latest Sizewell C consultation ( Nov-Dec 2020) is available for download here.
Further advice to Alde and Ore Association members: EDF have launched a further short consultation on adjustments they are proposing to make to their proposals to reduce road traffic and make more use of rail and sea transport. Responses have … Read More
SIzewell C – to make your views known on the Sizewell C application, please register, and in doing so you can give your views, with the National Planning Inspectorate on line by 30 September 2020. For advice on issues affecting … Read More
The following is email correspondence with Councillor Steve Gallant, Leader of East Suffolk Council, regarding The Association’s concerns that the Sizewell C consultation with the public to be postponed until the COVID19 restrictions are lifted. A similar two-way exchange was … Read More
On 14th May, The Association held a Zoom meeting to discuss the effects of the proposed Sizewell C development with speakers William Kendal and Alison Downes of Stop Sizewell C. The meeting was well attended by members and a number … Read More
The Association has written to EDF, The Rt Hon Therese Coffey MP, Suffolk County Council Leader Matthew Hicks, SC Councillor Russ Rainger, District Councillors T-J Howarth-Culf, Jocelyn Bond, Ray Herring to urge that submission of EDF’s Development Consent Order for … Read More
The planning application in respect of the Rope Kiln at Jumbo’s Cottage was approved. The Association will continue to object to planning applications it considers detract from the natural beauty and tranquil environment of the Estuary.
The Association has responded to the planning application regarding the Rope Kiln building at Jumbo’s Cottage, Iken as follows:- Planning Application DC/19/1324/FUL – Jumbo’s Cottage, Iken From the Alde Ore Association (Registered Charity number 1154583) – The Alde and Ore … Read More
The Association has lodged detailed responses both to the Sizewell C consultation and to Scottish Power Renewables’ plans for the onshore facilities for planned new windfarms. Both of these affect our area and our estuary which The Association exists to … Read More
The developer’s appeal against the Suffolk Coast and District Council’s refusal of an application to build 43 houses at Brick Dock, many with views over the estuary, has been turned down. The Public Inquiry ran over six days in September with a good number … Read More