The views expressed in this page do not represent those of the Planning Inspectorate. This page consists of content submitted to the Planning Inspectorate by the public and other interested parties, giving their views of this proposal.
East Anglia TWO Offshore Windfarm
Received 21 January 2020
From Peter Redshaw
“I wish to object to the building of the East Anglia Two Offshore Windfarm, it is an unsuitable area of the country for this massive development. The area is very important for wildlife, plants , tourism and is a fragile soil area, prone to Coastal Erosion and this size of development could have a major effect , flloding is possible in Friston with the concrete diverting the water flow. The Cliffs at Thorpness are not strong enough to carry the landing cables, the 11km of Cable trenches will destroy enviromentally sensitive areas , destroy ancient woodland. It is a quiet area , with small traffic movements , the roads are too small to cope with the high traffic levels and the Heavy loads on the HGVs required to build the project. The area survives on Tourism , there will be loss of trade , visitor income will drop, leading to loss of jobs and economic decline. There will be a very big increase in Light, Noise and air pollution , with increased hazard and health issues”