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East Anglia ONE North Offshore Windfarm
Received 24 January 2020
From Edward Magee
“I fully support the representations being made by SAES and Friston Parish Council. The impact of this planning application will have a detrimental impact to village life, the peace and tranquility of our village will be ruined by the building of this site so close to the village and the other building works that will result in traffic disruption, damage to eco systems and also the loss of equity and value of my house. Living in Friston will be disrupted by noise and light pollution. Plans are unclear what future developments will take place on the site and there is a substantial loss of agricultural land in the area. Impact of the development has been understated and has no social economic impact on land and will only damage tourism in the are and result in job losses for the area. The design of the proposals are too big for the area and being adjacent to a residential community. Local infrastructure is a unable to cope with the predicted levels of traffic to build and develope the proposals.”