East Anglia TWO Offshore Windfarm

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East Anglia TWO Offshore Windfarm

Received 25 January 2020
From Chloe Agar

Representation

I have grown up and live around the coastline between Thorpeness and Dulwich and it is the heartland of where I belong and the place I go to relax, walk, and enjoy the environment. My experiences talking to visitors to the area has shown that the beauty of this coastline and the way in which it is removed from heavy industrial processes is key to the appeal of the area to tourists, visitors, and the like. It is not within our interests as a coastal community to have to suffer from the detrimental effects of mass transport and disruption of our much loved ecosystems. I am totally in support of renewable energies, but I cannot agree to support any procedure that disrupts our communities in such a detrimental way when there other alternative ways of bringing wind power to the national grids. Especially as there are other projects such as the construction of Sizewell C power station already putting considerable strain on our communities and environments.