East Anglia ONE North Offshore Windfarm

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East Anglia ONE North Offshore Windfarm

Received 24 January 2020
From Janette Redshaw

Representation

Why do areas become listed as areas of AONB to protect them, then suddenly this will be ignored it makes a mockery of legislation The horrendous effect this will have on the Human population : noiise, dangerous levels of traffic ,loss of tourism & farming incomes, loss of leisure activities The Harm done to the wildlife & environment is far greater & may never recover with Birds never returning on their migratory routes, delicate ecosystems disrupted to name but a few issues . The disruption caused by the building of this enormous eyesore substationin the rural countryside seems a poor solution & appears to be for finacial gain of a few rather than a holistic approach to an energy policy that should be much more "joined" up & for this reason I am very against the present plans & would ask for more thought & discussions to prevent destruction of our AONB costal region.