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East Anglia ONE Downloads

During the development of East Anglia ONE we prepared a range of documents outlining how we will manage all aspects of the project's construction. These are available here to provide you with more information.

Onshore Conditions Discharge Documents

Article 14 Notice

Article 14 Notice

Maps included as Appendix 2 (Extent of Survey), which show the geographical extent of the surveys under the Article 14 notice (June 2016) in accordance with the East Anglia ONE Offshore Windfarm Development Consent Order 2014 (Order) as amended by The East Anglia ONE Offshore Wind Farm (Corrections and Amendments) Order 2016.

Development Consent Order

Development Consent Order

The Development Consent Order details the statutory permission that we were granted for the development, construction and operation of East Anglia ONE.

Project Plans and Maps

Project Plans and Maps

The following plans detail the onshore and offshore site boundaries for East Anglia ONE, in addition to other key features such as defined access points, important hedgerows and project co-ordinates. The Book of Reference is also including, identifying all parties with a land interest in the project.

Access and Traffic Management

Access and Traffic Management

The plans below outline how we will manage traffic and tranport for the project thoughout its constrution and operation.

Construction Plans

Construction Plans

The plans below outline the code of construction and design principles for East Anglia ONE.

Environmental Plans

Offshore Plans

Offshore Plans

These documents define how East Anglia ONE will monitor shipping activity around the project.

Socio Economic Plans

Socio Economic Plans

The information below details how we aim to benefit local and regional communities in addition to the rest of the UK, throughout the lifecycle of East Anglia ONE.

Application Material

Application Material

In November 2012, we submitted an application for consent to construct and operate East Anglia ONE. To view the full range of documents prepared for this, please click here to be taken to the Planning Inspectorate's website.

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