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 21 January 2020
From Steven Burch

Representation

Having taken a considerable time to go through the whole planning application by Scottish Power Renewables i strongly object for the following main reasons. Destruction of ancient woodland and the desecration of an AONB area from the coast through to Friston. The cable trenches will have a huge impact on wildlife and on local footpaths/byways. The Friston substations will destroy the countryside around the village. There will be a huge increase in construction traffic again detrimental to the whole area, small roads with HGV traffic, noise pollution. All the above will have an impact on tourism in the area, therefore affecting local businesses and possibly the local economy. Since studying the plans it shows there are possibly another 5 projects to follow in the future, again a point not made public at consultation days.