East Anglia ONE North Offshore Windfarm

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East Anglia ONE North Offshore Windfarm

Received 18 January 2020
From Elizabeth Everett

Representation

The mature trees opposite my bungalow will be killed by the cable work planned to go right through the wood. The wood is home to many species of birds including jays, long tailed tits etc, plus deer & squirrels. Even if the trees are replaced they will take years to mature. I will never see that in my life time. This is the most beautiful place to live. The idea that my dog will continually bark as she always lets me know when there is someone in the lane or near by is very distressing for both her and me. I am all for renewable energy but there is a right place for everything and through the beautiful Suffolk countryside is not one of them. There is land available at Sizewell - use it!