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...
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