East Anglia ONE North Offshore Windfarm

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East Anglia ONE North Offshore Windfarm

Received 09 January 2020
From Anita Johnson

Representation

As a resident, it is clear that the cumulative effects of numerous energy projects will be too great for our fragile countryside and sensitive ecological location. SP's projects and EDF's nuclear concrete sprawl will cause irreparable landscape and visual damage,completely changing the character of Friston and surrounds. More sympathetic engineeering solutions MUST be applied to the harmonic filters as has been proved possible at Rampton (8mtr against the proposed 18mtrs at Friston) and other buildings. Friston has continuous serious surface water flooding issues and no account of this situation appears to have been taken. There would be an enormous impact on quality of life here. The influx of HGV/support vehicles, cars and overall increased traffic will impact all we do in our daily lives - work/health/doctors,shopping,recreation. The noise and light pollution is a real concern as health hazards. The potential damage to the booming tourist industry in the whole area would be immense and likely to lead to job losses for associated small and other businesses.