East Anglia TWO Offshore Windfarm

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East Anglia TWO Offshore Windfarm

Received 14 January 2020
From Seija Tattersall

Representation

Landscape: Bringing a substation close to a rural village causes permanent visual damage. Landscape mitigation does very little, trees take many years to grow and will not hide the substation completely. The will be light pollution and some noise as well. Human impact: There are major financial implications to Friston inhabitants. for example an disabled couple in the village had to stop driving and need to move close to medical and other amenities. The value of their house which is facing proposed substation has dropped drastically and they can't afford to move.