East Anglia TWO Offshore Windfarm

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East Anglia TWO Offshore Windfarm

Received 16 January 2020
From Maryanne Nicholls

Representation

The A1094 is simply not going to be able to handle the amount of construction traffic required for this project. The junction from A12 to A1094 is already congested and dangerous. The A1094 itself is too narrow for lorries to pass safely, it is a nightmare for the cyclists who use it and if there is heavy rain the water runs off the fields and collects in the many dips and the road quickly becomes even more dangerous and often impassable. It is the only link to the famous seaside town of Aldeburgh with it's important cultural heritage. The frustrating thing about the project is that there is a better and more sustainable way to bring this power onshore.. i.e. an offshore ring main.. but as usual with this country's infrastructure projects, money talks and things are done for profit, not for people.