East Anglia ONE North Offshore Windfarm

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East Anglia ONE North Offshore Windfarm

Received 21 January 2020
From Mr Stephen Dorcey

Representation

As far as we can ascertain (only by our own measurements because SPR will not indicate the precise route until contracts are in place0 the cable/haul route could be just 16 metres from my near neighbours property. this to say the least is very disturbing especially as the noise monitoring survey appears flawed for the following reasons:- In Volume 2 Onshore Figures and Volume 3 Appendices:- 1) The Receptor/Identifier CRR1 identified as CCR1 on the map location is in fact the incorrect address - the correct location never received noise monitoring assessments even though the owner was approached. 2) The same probably occurred at the 2nd receptor LFR3 on the map. The Ref LFR3 in Volume 3 appendices is the incorrect address. Therefore the noise assessment is null and void. 3) Further residents located along the cable/haul route should have received noise assessment due to their close proximity but not V15- (Redacted) Traffic Issues: The Leiston /Sizewell Road is single carriageway which is prone to flood (lack of drainage) and is cracking up due to its high volume of traffic. It also hosts the only public waste site in the area which is situated on a staggered S bend. Now it is expected to bear the construction traffic fo Sizewell C. SPR's on shore sub station traffic and is expected to be everyone's escape route in the event of a nuclear emergency!