Education, skills and employment

Making sure local people can access the jobs, skills and other economic benefits the project would bring is essential. We will continue to work in partnership with local education and training providers to identify and support initiatives to develop transferable skills that will be needed to support the construction of Sizewell C as well as future development schemes.

Public services and community facilities

We recognise local concerns about the impact of construction, including the size, location and activities of the workforce.

In collaboration with local authorities, emergency services and public services, we will develop a Community Safety Management Plan to address issues that may arise from the arrival of Sizewell C workers to the area.

Following feedback from residents and stakeholders on these issues at Stage 2, we will undertake further detailed analysis of potential local impacts on public services and community facilities, such as school places, GPs, police and other emergency services.

Tourism

Tourism is an important source of jobs and income in many areas of the rural economy, in particular in the Suffolk Coast and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and we will continue to work with local tourism bodies, local authorities and businesses to support the long-term sustainability of tourism on this part of the Suffolk coast.

Community

We have also continued to support various local initiatives and charities through the Community Fund building on the strong presence established by our colleagues at Sizewell B. Find our Community Fund guidelines and application form below.