§ Mr. Skeet
asked the Secretary of State for the Environment: (1) over what sites in England and Wales the Central Electricity Generatng Board has planning permission to build a nuclear power station pursuant to section 40 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1971;
(2) for what sites in England and Wales consents under the Electric Lighting Act 1909 have been granted for the construction of projected nuclear power stations; and what are the type of stations requested in the applications.
§ Mr. Eadie,
pursuant to his reply[Official Report, 8th February; Vol. 943, c. 561], gave the following further information:
I am now informed that the Central Electricity Generating Board carried out certain "specified operations" as defined 470W by Section 43 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1971 on the site of the proposed AGR station at Sizewell in 1970, is, within five years from the date on which the planning permission for the development was deemed to have been granted in 1969. Accordingly, the planning permission remains in force and the conditions calling for consultations with the local planning authority as to the external appearance of the station and other matters still apply.