AQUIND Interconnector

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AQUIND Interconnector

Received 22 November 2020
From Tudor Sailing Club

Representation

Tudor Sailing Club wish to strongly object to the proposed use of the southern end of our compound (outlined in red on drawing 62100616-WSP-POST-TC14 rev 01) for laydown and car parking. This area of our compound is used in the winter for storage of members yachts ashore and in the summer for storage of members tenders, rowing gigs and kayaks, with some room for members parking. The proposed use of this area would leave our members with nowhere to store their tenders, rowing gigs and kayaks and would also be a security risk for the sailing dinghies and kayaks stored in the northern end of the compound. The club is normally unmanned and the compound is fenced and locked; the proposed use would necessitate many non-members being issued with keys and having to be relied on to lock the compound and avoid loss and damage to members property.