Aquind Demonstration by Drone by Joe Watson

Aquind Limited Given Permission to Bring Judicial Review of Secretary of State for Business and Energy’s Decision

We have heard that Aquind Limited has been given permission to bring a Judicial Review of the Secretary of State for Business and Energy’s decision not to allow Aquind’s proposed Interconnector, consisting of high voltage electrical cables and a communications network between Northern France and the South Downs. Let’s Stop Aquind is disappointed that Aquind …

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Politicians, media and activists join forces to fight Aquind’s judicial review

Let’s Stop Aquind co-founders Paula Savage and Viola Langley joined a virtual meeting with both Portsmouth MP’s, Council Leader Gerald Vernon-Jackson and the Editor of the Portsmouth News Mark Waldron yesterday. The meeting discussed the ongoing threat that the Aquind Interconnector poses to the environment, the residents of Portsmouth & the South Downs, and to …

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Latest News Stories in The Press Regarding Corruption

It has been a very busy month of October with the press really shining the spotlight on possible corruption with some of the major players in the sphere of the Aquind Interconnector project. The release of the Pandora Papers has also uncovered some very interesting revelations too. Read some of the stories below: Quarter of …

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Press Release: Our response to Aquind Ltd’s Public Statements

The leaks emerging from the Pandora Papers confirm some of the concerns that we’ve had about the AQUIND interconnector all along. Our campaign to stop Aquind was founded on the back of their poor community consultation and an unfeasible route that would risk environmental damage and cause disruption to our city, wildlife and businesses. On …

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More Press Reports Linked to the Aquind Interconnector Project in Portsmouth

The Aquind Interconnector Project proposed to cut through the green spaces and communities of Portsmouth and southern Hampshire has been in the press recently for all the worst reasons. Questions are continually being asked about the project, the company and directors plus links to political figures and parties. All these questions make the job of …