I had a helpful meeting with fellow Members of Parliament representing the constituencies in Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk this week to discuss the findings of the Hiorns Smart Energy Networks report commissioned by the local county councils into National Grid’s proposal to build a 183km line of ele
Many constituents, especially those in Ingatestone, Haverings Grove and West Horndon, are aware of National Grid’s proposal to build a new high voltage network reinforcement between Norwich, Bramford and Tilbury via an intrusive network of overhead lines and pylons.
Since writing for the Brentwood Gazette last week about the presence of reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (RAAC) in three of our local schools, I have had meetings with the Prime Minister, the Education Secretary, Department for Education officials and local headteachers about how we can bes
The Member of Parliament for Brentwood and Ongar, Alex Burghart, has told Ingatestone residents that he does not want electricity pylons built on the Essex countryside as part of the so-called East Anglia Green Project (EAG) - a proposal by National Grid to build a chain of substantial pylons car
The Minister of State for Energy and Climate, Graham Stuart MP, has outlined the Government's latest position on the East Anglia (GREEN) infrastructure project in a letter to East Anglian communities and interested groups.