East Anglia ONE North Offshore Windfarm

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East Anglia ONE North Offshore Windfarm

Received 23 January 2020
From Samuel Davies

Representation

Suffolk, such a gorgeous county, rich in wildlife, demolished by human induced degradation, a wanton display of industrial power, surging the eventual blackout of a strong and independent holiday maker's dream, transforming it into a squalid and disregarded emotional war zone. The memorabilia that I have collected along the decades of this tranquil and beloved part of the country is soon to be disrupted by the heartbreaking divorce of coastline and rural villages, completely dislodging any hope of the continuity of the matrimony between holiday makers and memories made in the concerned area. It is a much beloved scene of mine; I cherish fond childhood memories of bike riding along Dunwich heath and playing along the clifftops overlooking the shimmering sea at Thorpeness. Due to the apparent lack of care for the families, residents and wildlife of the area, Suffolk will eventually denounce its place as one of Britain's coastal highlights all because of consumerist greed. This is unequivocally unacceptable.