East Anglia ONE North Offshore Windfarm

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East Anglia ONE North Offshore Windfarm

Received 20 January 2020
From Theresa Tollemache

Representation

Use of unspoiled countryside with pipeline access over AONB land is wholly unacceptable. The substation complexes each the size of Wembley Stadium are dangerously close to a small picturesque village which is also liable to flooding. The noise from the Sub station will dominate their lives and from previous experience it is impossible to live with in close proximity and even up to a wider radius. The delays and blockages on the country roads, from up to 700 HGV per day 6 days per week) will cause untold misery to locals, the many tourists who visit the area ( who contribute hugely to the local economy), farm traffic and emergency services. Our precious environment famous for migrating birds and wild fowl as well as many wild animals and also the unique marsh areas, forests will be disrupted for ever. Alternative ways such as Brown field sites or the Ring main must be the alternatives as we must protect our countryside and preserve for future generations.