Anti-nuclear group produces video on Bradwell B plans

By The Editor

7th Sep 2021 | Local News

Anti-nuclear campaigners have produced a new video on the proposed Bradwell B nuclear power station.

The YouTube video uses special effects in an attempt to show the scale of the plans.

A spokesperson for the Blackwater Against New Nuclear Group (BANNG) said: "With the Bradwell B Stage One consultation submitted, what effects would this vast industrial complex have on local residents and the whole area?

"This video provides realistic imagery of the overwhelming scale of the proposals, including the hybrid cooling towers, turbine hall, reactors, spent fuel store, permanent pier and new access roads."

The video includes contributions from local residents and the recently formed Bradwell Action Network (BAN).

However, a spokesperson for the nuclear power group behind the proposals – Bradwell Power Generation Company Limited, said: "We encourage people to have their say, and to thoroughly understand what we are proposing.

"Our website,, contains information on our current proposals, which we consulted on earlier this year. It includes accurate representations of the power station, based on the actual design, which this video unfortunately does not."


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