East Anglia ONE North Offshore Windfarm

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East Anglia ONE North Offshore Windfarm

Received 18 January 2020
From Alister Clare Malim

Representation

I am objecting to Scottish Power Renewables planning application for East Anglia One North. I was brought up in this unspoilt area of Suffolk - my parents lived here for over 50 years. I know it well. -The Sandlings are an important ecological area. The impact will be terrible on wildlife and flora, and will destroy landscapes. -Local routes are totally unsuitable for added (especially heavy) traffic) The road from The A12 to Aldeburgh (the preferred route) the A1094 has many pinch points along it and 2 old bridges. Residents living in Snape find it difficult already to turn onto this road. The queues can stretch back to the centre of the village about .7 of a mile. -It will be bad for tourism and business with the loss of jobs.