East Anglia TWO Offshore Windfarm

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East Anglia TWO Offshore Windfarm

Received 20 January 2020
From Family Innes

Representation

Following the presentation we attended in Snape Community Hall, and in the relevant literature we had read, we believe that the powers-that-be have ignored, or have not paid sufficient regard to, the following: A) The impact on the safety and well-being of the local population, the traffic flow and the state of the highways caused by the greatly increased volume of big lorries. B) The layout of roads and important junctions. Both are completely unsuited to the traffic flow associated with such a large and long-lasting building project. C) The detrimental effect on this part of Suffolk as a popular tourist destination. Not simply NIMBYISM but a genuine concern for the livelihood and futures of the many thousands of folk for whom this is their sole means of income and support. Inevitably this will mean economic and social decline. D) The many and varied environmental consequences of a major project such as this. E) There are other viable, and less damaging, alternatives. Thank you for your consideration.