Welcome to the website of Theberton and Eastbridge Action Group on Sizewell [TEAGS].

EDF’s plans to build two new nuclear reactors at Sizewell in east Suffolk will have a devastating impact on this unique and magical place, and especially on the villages of Theberton and Eastbridge and the local environment. The construction of Sizewell C&D must not be allowed to destroy the lives of local residents, or the qualities that make this area of Suffolk, and the Minsmere Reserve, so special and so popular with visitors:  the peace, tranquility, dark night skies, beautiful landscapes, fragile coastline and rich wildlife.

We oppose the building of what is effectively a new town for 2,400 construction workers so close to Minsmere and only 300 yards from the tiny, peaceful hamlet of Eastbridge, and believe that the B1122 – a winding country road – is not fit to carry up to 900 construction lorries each day through Theberton. A dedicated relief road is necessary, to reduce the impact on residents, visitors and listed buildings, and allow proper emergency evacuation.

Visit our News Section for the latest updates and media coverage, check out our social media feeds below, and to find out more about who we are, visit Contact Us.

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Theberton & Eastbridge Action Group on Sizewell - TEAGS
Theberton & Eastbridge Action Group on Sizewell - TEAGS24 hours ago
Glad to see Friston's concerns are being responded to. How about us too?
Theberton & Eastbridge Action Group on Sizewell - TEAGS
Theberton & Eastbridge Action Group on Sizewell - TEAGS3 days ago
A High Court judge has asked the developers of Hinkley Point C to clarify its environmental impact assessment (EIA) of mud dumping off Cardiff.

NNB Generation Company (HPC) Ltd – a wholly owned subsidiary of the French energy giant EDF – plans to deposit 300,000 tonnes of mud to the subtidal sandbank and designated disposal site, Cardiff Grounds.

But representatives of HPC appeared before Judge Milwyn Jarman yesterday unable to satisfy his questions relating to whether or not the effects of the dredged mud had been included in the company’s EIA.

Judge Jarman has adjourned the hearing until next week until “further evidence was lodged with the court,” but did not serve the company an interim injunction.
Theberton & Eastbridge Action Group on Sizewell - TEAGS
Theberton & Eastbridge Action Group on Sizewell - TEAGS4 days ago
Workers looking to start on the Hinkley Point nuclear power plant are facing a wait of more than six weeks to get security clearance. Contractors are fuming at the delays which they fear are putting off workers from joining the job.
Theberton & Eastbridge Action Group on Sizewell - TEAGS
Theberton & Eastbridge Action Group on Sizewell - TEAGS4 days ago
The FT and the Daily Mail write that Toshiba is in talks with Canadian investor Brookfield Asset to rescue the Moorside Development, but the Telegraph says Toshiba is playing it down.

TEAGS on Twitter

2 days ago
Our trip to visit #communities close to @edfehinkleyc showed there are 2 sides to this story & with significant #negative impacts on #Local people #noise #HGVs #lightpollution to name a few. Worrying for @edfesizewellc build in #AONB #transparency https://t.co/jNmVGihT4N https://t.co/kArE3bkTfj
2 days ago
@edfenergy Impact is the right word. It's very painful to imagine what these scenes will look like on the #suffolk coast next to @RSPBMinsmere, where unemployment is the lowest in the east of England
5 days ago
@EADT24 That's nothing compared to the 4.5 million tonnes of concrete heading for the beachfront in the background #sizewellc #suffolk @TEAGonSizewell
2 weeks ago
Plans for a new nuclear power station in Cumbria are on the verge of collapsing after the Toshiba-owned company behind it laid off 60% of its workforce https://t.co/kfJ8ZHaZr8

Theberton and Eastbridge Action Group on Sizewell

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