Following our previous communication last month, please note that our six-week statutory public consultation on potential onshore cable route changes is ending on Tuesday 29th November. This further round of consultation is focused on key organisations and communities who live, work and visit the local areas in the vicinity of the potential changes.
Many thanks to everyone who has already responded to the consultation but for those who have yet to respond, there is still time to do so.
Please review our consultation materials at www.rampion2.com/consultation and click on the ‘Have your say’ button to complete and submit your Consultation Response Form. Please note, you don’t need to complete all of the questions if you are only interested in a particular area of the route, but please do ensure you complete questions 1-6 in the ‘About You’ section.
We are aiming to submit our final proposals to the Planning Inspectorate next year, which will include a Consultation Report to provide details of the feedback received and how we have taken it into account.
Should the project achieve consent, construction could start in 2026 with the wind farm fully operational before the end of the decade, helping meet the Government’s increased target of 50GW (gigawatts) of offshore wind capacity by 2030 - a five-fold increase from 10GW in 2020.
We would be grateful if you could share this reminder with your neighbours, colleagues and peers and we look forward to hearing from you.