The Socio-Economic Advisory Group (SEAG) meets quarterly and monitors the impacts on accommodation, employment and skills, supply chain, health, community safety and tourism.
The Section 106 (S106) agreement contain obligations for a number of monitoring and decision making groups to meet on a regular basis, setting out who should attend and how it shall operate. The fora include the Socio-Economic Advisory Group (SEAG) and reports are produced for these meetings that provide monitoring data.
The SEAG meets quarterly and EDF Energy provide a monitoring report for discussion. The reports provide details of the monitoring relating to accommodation, employment and skills, supply chain, health, community safety and tourism to ensure that EDF Energy is complying with the planning conditions associated with the Development Consent Order (DCO).