A regional water supplier is scrambling to work out how to provide enough water if Sizewell C is approved, after the Environment Agency proposed a large cut to the amount it can take from the River Waveney. EDF, the company behind plans for the new £20billion nuclear plant, insisted today it had a “clear and deliverable” strategy for its water supply.
Ipswich Star 7th Oct 2021 read more »
Emergency work to safeguard the future of one of Suffolk’s fastest-eroding areas of coast is underway. Diggers have been transported on to the northern end of the beach at Thorpeness to install a 35-metre rock revetment. Coastal Partnership East has teamed up with Water Management Alliance for the project, which is set to last until the end of October. Bosses hope the work will improve public safety and protect the coastline from the threat of erosion. Coastal Partnership East bosses said Thorpeness had experienced “more intense levels of coastal erosion” last winter, prompting the emergency response.
East Anglian Daily Times 7th Oct 2021 read more »