East Anglia ONE North Offshore Windfarm

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East Anglia ONE North Offshore Windfarm

Received 24 January 2020
From John Duke

Representation

-- my major concern is the cumulative impact on the immediate area where I live, in Aldringham, of up to 7 major projects developing over a considerable periold of years. -- we live at the junction of roads to Thorpeness, Leiston and Aldeburgh where major cable trenches, haul roads would be very close to residential homes. -- we are already subject to disturbance from increasing farm traffic, lorry transport for house building and tourism, which causes vibration and unacceptable noise levels. -- the road is subject to flooding by the Parrot pub and the fields immediately adjacent over 100 m and 0.5 meter deep. -- the junction is already a traffic hazard, sight lines are poor. -- like many others we moved to this area for its access to wonderful landscapes and wildlife, both of which are threatened by these projects. -- the impacts of weather, high tides, and climate change are priorities for coastal management here, not further erosion of the terrain.