MP for Suffolk Therese Coffey has formally objected to the Development Consent Order submitted by Scottish Power Renewables to the Planning Inspectorate for onshore infrastructure required to facilitate both East Anglia North One and East Anglia Two windfarms.
She has objected to the size and scale of the substations proposed at Friston and the associated cabling corridor across 9km of sensitive landscape.
You can read Therese Coffey's full consultation response here...
"We are the guardians of this beautiful area, and we have an important role to play in balancing the needs of addressing the immediate climate threat, with protecting the North Norfolk countryside and community. We need to find smarter ways of working together for the benefit of all.''– Cllr Sarah Burikofer, North Norfolk District Council Leader. - see the video
Campaigners fear new £1bn energy project is 'terrifying prospect' that would destroy Suffolk countryside.
Scotland has missed out on hundreds of millions of pounds of work in the creation of one of the country’s biggest offshore wind farms to overseas firms, the Herald can reveal.Unions are furious at what they see as “the scraps off the table” that Scotland has received in the work on the £2 billion Neart Na Gaoithe (NnG) wind farm off the Fife coast, awarded by EDF, the French state energy giant.