East Anglia TWO Offshore Windfarm

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East Anglia TWO Offshore Windfarm

Received 23 January 2020
From Andrew Harris

Representation

The cable corridor route will cause destruction of a large area of woodland and AONB as well as causing major problems for local communities during the long construction period. There will be adverse effect on local businesses and the tourist industry of the area which it is expected will have a long term effect on the economy of the area with fewer visitors wishing to holiday or vist this part of East Anglia certainly whilst construction is taking place. The increased traffic during construction on the A1094, B1121 and the B1069 will cause a greta deal of inconvenience to local residents visitors and businesses who rely on these country roads to carry out their daily routines. These roads are totally unsuitable for the large amount of heavy construction traffic expected. Overall this unspoilt and rural area of East Anglia is unsuitable for this proposed development which long term will turn this area into a large industrial and urban site.