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East Anglia ONE North Offshore Windfarm
Received 04 January 2020
From William Averdieck
“I object to the planning application Destruction and damage to the AONB North of Thorpeness is unjustified when alternative landfall routes are available closer to Sizewell power station inadequate risk assessment or mitigating actions factored in for future sea level rise both in the direct area of cable landfall but on the coast in either direction (effecting sizewell, Thorpeness and Aldeburgh). Off shore storm protection measures should be taken to protect the area from erosion when sealevel has risen to 1m above current levels The secretary of state should intervene to ensure EDF is forced sell the applicant land close to Sizewell Power station so that it may be used for the proposed substation development (1/10 of land damage and disruption and no long lasting visual impact) rather than allow it to be used as a proposed visitors car park for Sizewell which is not of strategic importance”