East Anglia ONE North Offshore Windfarm

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East Anglia ONE North Offshore Windfarm

Received 04 January 2020
From Mary Gwynne

Representation

Your proposal is to ravage Suffolk, which is already overloaded with energy installations. I would be very, very interested to know why Friston, in particular, a small, closely knit village, is about to bear yet another burden for energy consumption. There is an area very close to Sizewell, which is unused land, uncultivated, uninhabited to a very large degree, that has been overlooked in order to create utter chaos in this beautiful area of what is left of the Suffolk countryside. What is the particular interest in this extraordinary development, miles from the coast where the energy is generated? What on earth possessed anyone to think that our small roads could cope with any more traffic that it currently struggles to deal with. I strongly feel that no-one, locals or otherwise, will be travelling anywhere as the roads will simply be impassable, and the outcome of this development is too awful to contemplate. I would be delighted for someone to enlighten me as to why this proposal was ever made as it is completely ridiculous.