East Anglia TWO Offshore Windfarm

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East Anglia TWO Offshore Windfarm

Received 16 January 2020
From Gail Bell

Representation

Why spoil such a beautiful town of Aldeburgh by talk of compulsorily purchasing land to have access for the wind farms. There are alternative routes across country which could easily be used and without impacting on the town itself. I regularly visit Aldeburgh and it remains one of my favourite places for making me feel relaxed and able to wind down from my busy job. Just the drive into the town along the 1094 Saxmundham Road gives me the feeling of returning to such a historic town with its lovely individuality - something you don't get in many places now. Why does yet another place potentially need to be ruined. Tourism will suffer and the town will be unable to sustain itself with the threats due to the wind farms and their traffic.