A new nuclear power station could be worth up to £700m to the Suffolk economy during construction and £40m a year when up and running. The construction period – which could last about six or seven years – is likely to employ between 4,500 and 5,000 people and when complete the power station would employ 700-900 people. Read the EADT article here.
How much traffic will that generate? If there will be 700-900 new jobs why do Suffolk Coastal plan to build nearly all of the new houses in the district nowhere near the site?