The consultation process
Vattenfall is committed to honest, open and effective engagement with the communities in which it operates.
We will be undertaking a programme of non-statutory (informal) and statutory (formal) consultation over the course of the pre-application period up to the submission of the application in 2018. This is essential in allowing us to understand the local area and develop the best possible proposal.
Did you miss our first drop-in events?
The first phase of consultation began with a series of Public Information Days across Norfolk in October 2016. We used many methods to invite people to get involved with the project and to begin a conversation with us.
Hundreds of people came along to learn more about the project from members of our team. Thank you to everyone who took the opportunity to share their views. Download the Summary Report and Full Report now. We now have a wealth of data that has been fed into our early thinking.
It is not too late to get involved and have your say. Click here to see the materials displayed at the drop-in exhibitions, share your views and highlight what is important to you.
We will issue further information and request specific feedback on the project as it develops, however we are grateful for feedback on our proposals at any point throughout this process. Please get in touch.
As part of the consultation process we will develop a Statement of Community Consultation (SOCC), which will set out exactly how and when we intend to consult with the local community. Further information on what a SOCC is can be found on The Planning Inspectorate website here.
This website will act as a hub of information about the project, and will be regularly updated with relevant information, documents, feedback and ways in which to have your say, shape the proposals and ask questions about our plans.