TASC has been actively campaigning, since 2013, to stop EDF’s plans to build two EPR nuclear reactors on Suffolk’s fragile Heritage Coast. Sizewell C and all its supporting infrastructure will devastate untold acres of the wildlife-rich Suffolk Coast and Heaths AONB and its SSSI, as well as irreparably damaging RSPB Minsmere. The area, a 30 mile radius around the site, will change from rural tranquillity to brutal industrialisation.

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 Events

Although due to Covid-19 there are currently no upcoming outside events planned TASC will be holding a ZOOM catch up with our supporters in the coming weeks. Details to follow.

Past Events


  • Net Zero Without Nuclear
    by pete on 16 April, 2021

    Jonathon Porritt: Even as the prospects for nuclear power continue to decline, the industry is spending more and more money seeking to […]

  • Sizewell C
    by pete on 16 April, 2021

    Planning chiefs have started the formal examination of the proposals for a new twin-reactor nuclear power plant on the Suffolk coast – […]

  • Sizewell B
    by pete on 16 April, 2021

    Sizewell B nuclear power station is being switched off today for six weeks – so essential maintenance and refuelling can take place. […]

  • Hunterston
    by pete on 16 April, 2021

    The Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) has given consent for Reactors 3 and 4 at Hunterston in Scotland to return to service for a limited […]