East Anglia ONE North Offshore Windfarm

The views expressed in this page do not represent those of the Planning Inspectorate. This page consists of content submitted to the Planning Inspectorate by the public and other interested parties, giving their views of this proposal.

East Anglia ONE North Offshore Windfarm

Received 19 January 2020
From C J Bushell on behalf of A Bushell

Representation

The proposed development will be a disaster for the local area in general and Aldeburgh town viitors and residents in particular. The construction phase will have a devastating effect due to the disproportionate volume of heavy construction traffic on all the small country and town roads that will be used. The adverse effects will be due to noise, safety of other road users including pedestrians, cyclists and holiday makers. The facilities that attract holiday makers, artists, nature and wild life lovers, older people who have come for their retirement years and all the residents will be ruined for at least the next ten years. The permant installations will be disproportionately large for a small agricultural and holiday area. A new location with an industrial heritage should be found which will benefit the area and not destroy it.