TASC unreservedly apologises to Roy Dowding, Chairman of the B1122 Action Group, for any misunderstandings or offence caused by the reference to him and the B1122 Action Group in our last bulletin, No 5, which was made in error.

The Email from Roy which explains our error is given below.

I have been passed a copy of your latest Bulletin No.5, which seems to indicate that the B1122 Action Group had a role, or indeed implemented, the introduction of the new title "Energy Gateway".

No such thing!

This new name is related specifically to improvements to the entire length of the A12 wanted by Guy McGregor of Suffolk County Council, East Suffolk District Councils and the Suffolk Chamber of Commerce, who have collectively settled on this title. This was made abundantly clear from the two recent presentations given by these bodies at Ufford and Hinton. The Four Villages By-Pass only represents the proposed first stage in an eventual chain of improvements.

The B1122 Action Group has had no part to play in this matter whatsoever.

>We therefore request that a correction be issued without delay, lest any ill feeling that might be generated by opposers to the Four Village By-Pass or the anti-Sizewell C stance of TASC be wrongly associated with our Group. We would like to enquire from where the 'information'; that led you to believe we had been involved in the "rebranding" had come.

Yours sincerely,

Roy Dowding
The B1122 Action Group