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Sizewell C new nuclear power station evidence plan

Posted on: 10 November 2014
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The new Sizewell C evidence plan shows how future large-scale developments can put environmental protection at the heart of their plans. The first terrestrial evidence plan, drawn up by EDF Energy in consultation with relevant bodies and approved by Natural England, sets out the information that the company will gather to inform a Habitat Regulations Assessment of its proposed new nuclear power station in Suffolk. Unveiled by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs in 2012, evidence plans are available for use by applicants of nationally significant infrastructure projects in England, in agreement with the relevant statutory nature conservation bodies. Although evidence plans have been employed for a number of off-shore developments, Sizewell C is the first land-based plan to have been prepared.

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