East Anglia TWO Offshore Windfarm

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East Anglia TWO Offshore Windfarm

Received 18 January 2020
From Elizabeth Everett

Representation

The infrastructure of this most beautiful area of Suffolk will be changed for ever if the planned development at Friston is allowed to go ahead. The coast at Thorpeness is eroding and very fragile. It is an area of outstanding natural beauty combined with a most wonderful tourist village. The village is unique and under no circumstances should be disfigured by the work planned by Scottish Power. The wood adjacent Fitches Lane in Aldringham is home to many species of birds, including jays, long tailed tits, spotted woodpeckers etc plus deer and squirrels. If the mature trees are cut down to make way for cables they will never grow again in tie to protect the wild life. This cannot be allowed to go ahead.