Norfolk Vanguard

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Norfolk Vanguard

Received 14 August 2018
From David Matthews

Representation

Vattenfall have not conducted any meaningful consultation with the Parish Council, quite the reverse it the case. At their public meeting, there were 15 members of Vattenfall staff, they refused to allow questions and intimidated those attending. I wrote to the Project Manager immediately after the event stating these facts.
In choosing the highest site in Breckland, means that a number of local villages, as well as Necton will have a permanent view of this construction.
Vattenfall refuse to offer anything to the Necton community, other than stating that there will be education and job opportunities, alas few in Necton will benefit.
Once the cable routes are completed, most of those impacted will return to some normality, for Necton we will have the blight on our community for ever. David Matthews Chairman Necton Parish Council