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East Anglia TWO Offshore Windfarm
Received 03 January 2020
From Corporation of Trinity House
Dear Sir / Madam We refer to the above application for development consent in respect of East Anglia TWO Offshore Wind Farm. Trinity House is the General Lighthouse Authority for England, Wales, the Channel Islands and Gibraltar with powers principally derived from the Merchant Shipping Act 1995 (as amended). The role of Trinity House as a General Lighthouse Authority under the Act includes the superintendence and management of all lighthouses, buoys and beacons within our area of jurisdiction. Trinity House wishes to be a registered interested party due to the impact the development would have on navigation within Trinity House’s area of jurisdiction. It is likely that we will have further comments to make on the application and the draft Order throughout the application process. Please address all correspondence regarding this matter to myself at [email protected]
and to Mr Steve Vanstone at [email protected]
Yours faithfully Russell Dunham Legal Advisor Corporation of Trinity House Trinity House Tower Hill London EC3N 4DH”