Saturday, 8 November 2014


Edf are currently moving the largest diggers in Europe onto the Hinkley Point proposed C site- 60 tons and with a bucket big enough to hold a police riot van is the whisper. They are moving them onto site during the day and night and haven't announced it from fear that they will be road blocked... meanwhile they also have a delegation in China negotiating with 2 big companies there in order to give them juicy deals for HPC... No ethics, No humanity.. Money rules and the masses will suffer. And song birds are found in the most unlikely of places and will always sing in the face of those with misplaced morals who care only for there own wealth - which pays the way into a bankrupt and warped conscience.. These people wage war on the Mother planet that gives them life, believe they can conquer her and have no eyes to see the beauty under their noses, no foresight, compassion or love for the living, or for future generations

Firms envolved

Firms appointed to various roles on the mega-project include Laing O’Rourke, Bouygues, Costain, Kier, Bam Nuttall and Dean & Dyball, a subsidiary of Balfour Beatty.
Main construction work on the UK’s first nuclear power plant in a generation could begin as early as December, Building can reveal.
Contractors delivering the civils packages on EDF’s £16bn Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant project are being told to prepare to start on site in December this year, according to market sources.
The news comes as the European Commission (EC) announced it was set to approve a deal between the developer and the UK government on how the project will be funded.
Building understands firms appointed to the project are being told the developer will make a “broad” final investment decision in November, after the project receives approval from the EC, which is expected next month.
Sources close to the project said firms building the plant were being told to prepare to start on site in the South-west in December.
Preparatory work on the site has been ramping up this month and will continue to increase in the run-up to December.

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