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The Sizewell C Project
Received 03 August 2020
From David Hoult
“I want to protest in the strongest possible terms about the location of the proposed lorry interchange on the old A45 At Levington. The Planning Inspectorate recently rejected an application for a lorry park at Innocence farm. The location of this ‘temporary’ interchange on the old A 45 is even less appropriate. No provision has been made to improve the junction of the A1156 with the old A45, and there will be a considerable danger to traffic over the period of operation of the site. I also consider it is likely the proposal stems from a desire by East Suffolk council to develop the currently Greenfield strip of land between Ipswich and Felixstowe running along the path of the A 14. It will clearly be easier to obtain planning permission on a brownfield site as regards the current Greenfield. The location of this lorry interchange at This site is unsuitable and should be refused. More appropriate sites are available on the A 12 northbound. Location on the A 12 northbound would be much more appropriate because it would result in far fewer overall lorry movements, reversals etc.”