'Suffolk Under Threat' film explores energy developments threat to the Suffolk coast

Documentary filmmakers ZeroGravity films visited the Suffolk coast and were shocked to learn about plans for multiple energy projects. ZeroGravity produced this short film exploring the impact of huge industrial developments in and around the Suffolk countryside, with cable routes crisscrossing the fragile coastline as they run across the unspoilt landscape of the AONB.

‘Suffolk Under Threat’ features contributions from members of the local community including representatives of SASES & SEAS and comment from local businesses and organisations including  Roger Wright – Snape Maltings (Britten Pears Arts). 

National Grid must take action and work with other developers to identify and make use of brownfield sites closer to London and the south east, where the majority of the electricity will be required.

National Grid, Scottish Power & BEIS continue to fail Suffolk by ignoring the environmental consequences of constructing multiple energy projects within a small 5 mile radius of one another. The reality of ‘cumulative impact’ is being ignored here in east Suffolk.

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Find out how you can ‘get involved’, and join our campaign for change. We need as much support as we can muster to send a clear message to National Grid, our local MP (Therese Coffey) and the UK government that what is being proposed is not acceptable and that #SuffolkDeservesBetter