The Councils position remains unchanged

Mar 24, 2022 | Politics

SEAS call on the Councilto write to the Secretary of State and declare that it is no longer ‘neutral’ about the proposals but does in fact oppose them”, SEAS letter to East Suffolk Council, 9 March 2022

SEAS hosted an online hustings for the Aldeburgh and Leiston Wards. Notably all candidates supported a ‘split decision’.
East Suffolk Council needs to ensure a win/win for Lowestoft’s Renewables aspirations and for the protection of Suffolk Heritage Coast’s environment and tourism. It is not an either or. Read the transcript of Russ Rainger and Tom Daly, July 2021

Councillors for Aldeburgh and Leiston resign from East Suffolk Council. “I cannot currently give my support to the Council as I believe the manner in which East Suffolk District Council is pursuing the Energy aspirations is potentially extremely detrimental to, rather than being supportive of, the area I have had the honour to represent. This makes it extremely difficult to adequately reflect the informed views of residents in the Ward and continue to attempt to draw attention to this Ward becoming a casualty in the drive to support the wider economic area of East Suffolk.” Jocelyn Bond, East Anglian Daily Times, 21 May 2021

Shock and disappointment as East Suffolk Council move to a ‘neutral’ position. Town and Parish Councils letter, 3 February 2021

East Suffolk Council Cabinet Meeting Minutes, 5 January 2021

SEAS write to East Suffolk Council, 18 December 2020

SASES write to East Suffolk Council, 17 December 2020

Suffolk County Council Energy Infrastructure Policy and Strategic Engagement