Actively protecting our communities, our heritage and our unique ecology from Bradwell B development.

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Bradwell B Ecology Factsheet

The Blackwater estuary is an area of national and international importance for its ecology. In this fact sheet produced for the Essex Green Weekend at Othona recently, we highlight some of the reasons why we should do all we can to protect this sensitive and significant environment.

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BAN attending Essex Green Weekend

BAN will be attending the Essex Green Weekend at Othona 29 April – 2nd May. Day tickets and camping still available with lots of activities for adults and children alike. If your coming, please stop by our stall in the marketplace on Saturday and say hello 😎More information at


Finding Fault with Bradwell B

The most destructive earthquake known in Britain happened at 9.18 am, on April 22nd 1884. The epicentre at Peldon just 8.3 km from the now decommissioned Bradwell A nuclear power station. The earthquake only lasted five to ten seconds or so. But in that brief period, whole villages were wrecked and Colchester was reduced to chaos. …

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BAN Response to GI Appeal Findings

Unfortunately, Maldon District Council (MDC) has lost the appeal hearing for the Bradwell B ground investigation works which will presumably now go ahead. The planning inspectorate stated that MDC had not behaved unreasonably in refusing permission on ecological grounds. The inspector has now allowed the works to go ahead only after the developer submitted further data and …