EA1N & EA2 Scottish Power | DCO Examinations

The DCO proposals for Scottish Power’s EA1N & EA2 offshore wind farms are currently undergoing examination. Due to the ongoing Coronavirus situation the hearings are taking place virtually. 

PINs The Planning Inspectorate has published the final Rule 8 Letter on the 12th October 2020 and this includes full details of the examination, key dates and the agenda for the hearings: PINs Rule 8 Letter EA1N & EA2 DCOs

Members of the public and stakeholders can watch the examination live online or via recordings published shortly after live events.

The Planning Inspectorate is sending out email reminders with a link and invitation to watch each hearing live online. If you have a speaking slot you will also receive a link to join the Microsoft Teams conference. It is important if you are speaking to sign in to the conference early in order to register and complete a short pre-hearing briefing and camera/audio test. 

If you are unable to watch the live stream, recordings of each hearing will be available shortly afterwards, links to recordings of the Open Floor Hearings 7th – 9th October 2020 can be found below: 

EA1N & EA2 DCO’s ‘Open Floor Hearings’ 7th – 9th October

A list of speakers and the time they speak can be viewed here >>

Open Floor Hearing Day 1 Session 1 – Watch the recording of OFH 1 (Session 1) – 7th October 2020 
Open Floor Hearing Day 1 Session 2 – Watch the recording of OFH 1 (Session 2) – 7th October 2020
Open Floor Hearing Day 2 Session 1 – Watch the recording of OFH 2 (Session 1) – 8th October 2020  
Open Floor Hearing Day 2 Session 2 – Watch the recording of OFH 2 (Session 2) – 8th October 2020 
Open Floor Hearing Day 3 Session 1 – Watch the recording of OFH 3 (Session 1) – 9th October 2020 
Open Floor Hearing Day 3 Session 2 – Watch the recording of OFH 3 (Session 2) – 9th October 2020 

View EA1N DCO Application Documents on the PINs website here >> 
View EA2 DCO Application Documents on the PINs website here >> 

Note: Use the ‘filter’ search box to find any documents e.g. if you are looking for 6.1.20 type 6.1.20 into the filter search box to get corresponding files/documents. 

EA1N DCO ‘Relevant Representations’ – Key Submissions from stakeholders
SASES – Submitted Relevant Representations
East Suffolk District Councils Relevant Representations (Draft) 

View all submitted relevant representations on the PINs website here >>> 
18th March 2020 – SASES letter sent PINs case officer 

 

Application Index (Table – Ordered list of documents with content summary)

Non-Technical Summary (Summary of application) 

Chapter 1 – Introduction 6.1.1
Chapter 2 – Need For Project 6.1.2
Chapter 3 – Policy & Legislative Context 6.1.3 
Chapter 4 – Site Selection & Assessment of Alternatives 6.1.4 
Chapter 5 – Environmental Impact Methodology 6.1.5 
Chapter 6 – Project Description 6.1.6  
Chapter 7 – Marine Geology, Oceanography & Physical Processes 6.1.7 
Chapter 8 – Marine Water & Sediment Quality 6.1.8  
Chapter 9 – Benthic Ecology 6.1.9 
Chapter 10 – Fish & Shellfish Ecology 6.1.10 
Chapter 11 – Marine Mammals 6.1.11 
Chapter 12 – Offshore Ornithology 6.1.12 
Chapter 13 – Commercial Fisheries 6.1.13 
Chapter 14 – Shipping & Navigation 6.1.14 
Chapter 15 – Civil & Military Aviation & Radar 6.1.15 
Chapter 16 – Marine Archeology & Cultural Heritage 6.1.16 
Chapter 17 – Infrastructure & Other Users 6.1.17 
Chapter 18 – Ground Conditions & Contamination 6.1.18  
Chapter 19 – Air Quality 6.1.19 
Chapter 20 – Water Resources & Flood Risk 6.1.20 
Chapter 21 – Land Use 6.1.21 
Chapter 22 – Onshore Ecology 6.1.22 
Chapter 23 – Onshore Ornithology 6.1.23 
Chapter 24 – Onshore Archeology & Cultural Heritage 6.1.24 
Chapter 25 – Noise & Vibration 6.1.25 
Chapter 26 – Traffic & Transport 6.1.26 
Chapter 27 – Human Health 6.1.27 
Chapter 28 – Offshore Seascape, Landscape & Visual Amenity 6.1.28 
Chapter 29 – Landscape & Visual Impact Assessment 6.1.29 
Chapter 30 – Tourism, Recreation & Socio-Economics 6.1.30 
Chapter 31 – Summary & Conclusions 6.1.31  

Figure 4.1 – East Anglia ONE North Windfarm Site and other Offshore Windfarms in the former East Anglia Zone 6.2.4.1 
Figure 4.2 – Phase 1 – Proposed East Anglia ONE North project Scoping Offshore Cable Corridor and Constraints 6.2.4.2 
Figure 4.3 – Phase 2 – Post-Scoping Refinements to the Offshore Cable Corridor 6.2.4.3 
Figure 4.4 – East Anglia ONE North Offshore Cable Corridor Nearshore Refinements 6.2.4.4 
Figure 4.5 – East Anglia ONE North and East Anglia TWO Indicative Onshore Development Area 6.2.4.5 
Figure 4.6 – East Anglia ONE North and East Anglia TWO Onshore Site Selection Study Area 6.2.4.6 
Figure 4.7 – East Anglia ONE North and East Anglia TWO Onshore Substation Zones 6.2.4.7 
Figure 4.8 – East Anglia ONE North and East Anglia TWO Onshore Substation Zone 7 – Alternative Arrangement Option 1 6.2.4.8 
Figure 4.9 – East Anglia ONE North and East Anglia TWO Onshore Substation Zone 7 – Alternative Arrangement Option 2 6.2.4.9 
Figure 6.1 – Offshore Development Area 6.2.6.1 
Figure 6.2a-e – East Anglia ONE North (and East Anglia TWO) Onshore Development Area 6.2.6.2 
Figure 6.3 – Existing Offshore Infrastructure 6.2.6.3 
Figure 6.4 – Onshore Substation and National Grid Substation Preferred Arrangement 6.2.6.4 
Figure 6.5 – East Anglia ONE North and East Anglia TWO Onshore Substations and National Grid Substation Preferred Arrangement 6.2.6.5 
Figure 6.6a–m – East Anglia ONE North and East Anglia TWO Indicitive Construction Plan 6.2.6.6 
Figure 6.7a-m – East Anglia ONE North and East Anglia TWO Permanent (Operational) Plans – Landfall 6.2.6.7 
Figure 7.1 – Receptor Groups for Marine Geology, Oceanography and Physical Processes 6.2.7.1 
Figure 7.2 – Bathymetry and Bedforms of the East Anglia ONE North Windfarm Site 6.2.7.2 
Figure 7.3 – Bathymetry and Bedforms of the Offshore Cable Corridor 6.2.7.3 
Figure 7.4 – Position of the Amphidromic Point 6.2.7.4 
Figure 7.5 – Zone of Potential Influence on the Tidal Regime 6.2.7.5 
Figure 7.6 – Zone of Potential Influence on the Wave Regime 6.2.7.6 
Figure 7.7 – Offshore Cable Corridor and Landfall 6.2.7.7 
Figure 7.8 – Zone of Potential Cumulative Influence on the Wave Regime 6.2.7.8 
Figure 7.9 – Zone of Potential Cumulative Influence on the Tidal Regime 6.2.7.9 
Figure 8.1 – Designated Bathing Waters and Water Framework Directive Water Bodies 6.2.8.1 
Figure 8.2 – Location of Sediment Contamination Sample Sites 6.2.8.2 
Figure 8.3 – Location of Disposal Sites, Oil and Gas Wells 6.2.8.3 
Note Figures 9.#, 10.#, 11.#, 12.# 13.# 14.# & 15.#, 16.#, 17.# (not logged as these refer to ‘offshore’ studies these are available from the PINS site)

Figure 18.1 – Study Area 6.2.18.1 
Figure 18.2 – Bedrock Geology 6.2.18.2 
Figure 18.3 – Superficial Geology 6.2.18.3 
Figure 18.4 – Groundwater Receptors 6.2.18.4 
Figure 18.5 – Sensitive Land Uses 6.2.18.5 
Figure 18.6 – Mineral Safeguarding Areas 6.2.18.6 
Figure 18.7 – Potential Contamination Sources 6.2.18.7 
Figure 19.1 – Air Quality Study Area 6.2.19.1 
Figure 19.2 – Air Quality Management Area Monitoring Locations 6.2.19.2 
Figure 19.3 – Sensitive Human Receptors 6.2.19.3 
Figure 19.4 – Sensitive Ecological Receptors 6.2.19.4 
Figure 19.5 – Construction Phase Dust Distance Boundaries 6.2.19.5 
Figure 19.6 – Road Network Considered in the Cumulative Impact assessment with Sizewell C New Nuclear Power Station Road Option 6.2.19.6 
Figure 20.1 – Study Area Surface Water Receptors 6.2.20.1 
Figure 20.2 – Environment Agency Flood Zones 6.2.20.2 
Figure 20.3 – Groundwater Receptors 6.2.20.3 
Figure 21.1 – Direct Impact Study Area 6.2.21.1 
Figure 21.2 – Land Cover Mapping 6.2.21.2 
Figure 21.3 – Agricultural Land Classification 6.2.21.3 
Figure 21.4 – Environmental Stewardship Scheme Agreements 6.2.21.4 
Figure 21.5 – Utilities 6.2.21.5 
Figure 21.6 – Common Access Land 6.2.21.6 
Figure 22.1 – Designated Sites (Statutory) 6.2.22.1 
Figure 22.2 – Designated Sites (Non-statutory) 6.2.22.2 
Figure 22.3 – Desk Study Results 6.2.22.3 
Figure 22.4 – Extended Phase 1 Habitat Survey Results 6.2.22.4 
Figure 22.5 – Water Body Location Maps 6.2.22.5 
Figure 22.6 – Badger Survey Results 6.2.22.6 
Figure 22.7 – Bat Roost and Commuting Foraging Habitat Results 6.2.22.7 
Figure 22.8 – Bat Survey Results 6.2.22.8 
Figure 22.9 – Water Vole and Otter Habitat Survey Results 6.2.22.9 
Figure 22.10 – eDNA Survey Results 6.2.22.10
Figure 23.1 – Onshore Ornithology Study Area 6.2.23.1 
Figure 23.2 – Onshore Ornithological Designated Sites within 10km 6.2.23.2 
Figure 23.3 Woodlark Obervations 2018 6.2.23.3 
Figure 23.4 Nightjar Observations 2018 6.2.23.4 
Figure 23.5 – Turtle Dove Observations 2018 6.2.23.5 
Figure 23.6 – Nightingale Observations 2018 6.2.23.6 
Figure 23.7 – Marsh Harrier Observations 2018 6.2.23.7 
Figure 23.8 – Other Scheduled 1 Target Species Records 6.2.23.8 
Figure 23.9 – Other Target Species Observations 2018 6.2.23.9 
Figure 23.10 – RSPB Woodlark Observations 2009-2018 6.2.23.10 
Figure 23.11 – RSPB Nightjar Observations 2009-2012, 2014, 2016-2018 6.2.23.11 
Figure 23.12 RSPB Turtle Dove Observations 2012-2013, 2015-2018 6.2.23.12 
Figure 23.13 Nightingale Observations 2009-2018 6.2.23.13 
Figure 23.14 – RSPB Dartford Warbler Observations 2009-2019 6.2.23.14 
Figure 23.15 – Wintering Bird survey Compartments 2018 2019 6.2.23.15 
Figure 23.16 – 2019 Results 6.2.23.16 
Figure 24.1 – Onshore Development Area and Onshore Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Study Areas 6.2.24.1 
Figure 24.2 – Designated Heritage Assets within the Onshore Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Study Areas 6.2.24.2 
Figure 24.3a-j – Non-Designated Heritage Assets within the Onshore Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Study Areas 6.2.24.3 
Figure 24.4a-f – Geophysical Survey Greyscales Across the Onshore Development Area 6.2.24.4 
Figure 25.1 – Noise and Vibration Study Area 6.2.25.1 
Figure 25.2 – Noise Monitoring Survey Locations 6.2.25.2 
Figure 26.1 – Onshore Highway Study Area 6.2.26.1 
Figure 26.2 – Access Locations and Associated Onshore Infrastructure 6.2.26.2 
Figure 26.3 – Existing Highway Network 6.2.26.3 
Figure 26.4 – Traffic Count Survey Locatios 6.2.26.4 
Figure 26.5 – Link Sensitivity 6.2.26.5 
Figure 26.6 – Collision Cluster Locations 6.2.26.6 
Figure 26.7 – Sensitive Driver Delay Locations 6.2.26.7 
Figure 27.1 – Site Specific Population Group 6.2.27.1 
Figure 27.2 – Location of Health and Community Assets 6.2.27.2 
Note Figures 28.# (not logged as these refer to ‘offshore’ studies these are available from the PINS site)

Figure 29.1 – LVIA Study Area 6.2.29.1 
Figure 29.2 – Landscape Character 6.2.29.2 
Figure 29.3 – Landscape Designations 6.2.29.3 
Figure 29.4 – Visual Receptors 6.2.29.4 
Figure 29.5 – Cumulative Developments 6.2.29.5 
Figure 29.6 – Onshore Cable Route (Aerial) 6.2.29.6 
Figure 29.7 – Onshore Substation ZTV (with landscape character) 6.2.29.7 
Figure 29.8 – Onshore Substation ZTV (with designations) 6.2.29.8  
Figure 29.9 – Onshore Substation ZTV (with viewpoints and visual receptors) 6.2.29.9 
Figure 29.10 – Onshore Substation Cumulative ZTV 6.2.29.10 
Figure 29.11a – Outline Landscape Mitigation Plan (OLMP) General Arrangement 6.2.29.11a 
Figure 29.11b – Outline Landscape Mitigation Plan (OLMP) Illustrative Plan 6.2.29.11b 
Figure 29.12 – Outline Landscape Mitigation Plan Timing of Planting 6.2.29.12 
Figure 29.13 – Viewpoint 1 Public Rights of Way near Friston House (with National Grid AIS Substation) 6.2.29.13 
Figure 29.14 – Viewpoint 2 Friston, Church Road (with National Grid AIS Substation) 6.2.29.14 
Figure 29.15 – Viewpoint 3 Grove Road, near Pear Tree Farm (with National Grid AIS Substation 6.2.29.15 
Figure 29.16 – Viewpoint 4 Grove Road, near Church Road (Friston) (with National Grid NG AIS Substation) 6.2.29.16 
Figure 29.17 – Viewpoint 5 Public Rights of Way, near Moor Farm (with National Grid AIS Substation) 6.2.29.17 
Figure 29.18 – Viewpoint 6 Friston, Village Green (with National Grid AIS Substation) 6.2.29.18 
Figure 29.19 – Viewpoint 7 Public Rights of Way east of Friston (with National Grid AIS Substation) 6.2.29.19 
Figure 29.20 – Viewpoint 8 Saxmundham Road (North of Friston) (with National Grid AIS Substation) 6.2.29.20 
Figure 29.21 – Viewpoint 9 Saxmundham Road, South of Friston (with National Grid AIS Substation) 6.2.29.21 
Figure 29.22 – Viewpoint 10 B1119 (with National Grid AIS Substation) 6.2.29.22 
Figure 29.23 – Viewpoint 11 Knodishall Hall (with National Grid AIS Substation) 6.2.29.23 
Figure 29.24 – Viewpoint 12 Knodishall Common (with National Grid AIS Substation) 6.2.29.24 
Figure 29.25 – Viewpoint 13 Snape Road (with National Grid AIS Substation) 6.2.29.25 
Figure 29.26 – Viewpoint 14 Grove Road (with National Grid AIS Substation) 6.2.29.26 
Figure 29.27 – Illustrative Viewpoint A Aldringham Court 6.2.29.27 
Figure 29.28 – Illustrative Viewpoint B Watch Walk Whin, Public Rights of Way near Coldfair Green 6.2.29.28 
Figure 29.29 – Illustrative Viewpoint C Sandlings Walk, South of the Old School 6.2.29.29 
Figure 29.30 – Illustrative Viewpoint D Saxmundham Road (B1119) Public Rights of Way Junction 6.2.29.30 
Figure 29.31 – Illustrative Viewpoint E Sandlings Walk, West of Friston Hall 6.2.29.31 
Figure 29.32 – Illustrative Viewpoint F Public Rights of Way to east of Wood Farm, Saxmundham 6.2.29.32 
Figure 29.33 – Viewpoint 1 Public Rights of Way near Friston House (with National Grid GIS Substation) 6.2.29.33 
Figure 29.34 – Viewpoint 2 Friston, Church Road (with National Grid GIS Substation) 6.2.29.34 
Figure 29.35 – Viewpoint 3 Grove Road, near Pear Tree Farm (with National Grid GIS Substation) 6.2.29.35 
Figure 29.36 – Viewpoint 4 Grove Road, near Church Road (Friston) (with National Grid NG GIS Substation) 6.2.29.36 
Figure 29.37 – Viewpoint 5 Public Rights of Way, near Moor Farm (with National Grid GIS Substation) 6.2.29.37 
Figure 29.38 – Viewpoint 6 Friston, Village Green (with National Grid GIS Substation) 6.2.29.38 
Figure 29.39 – Viewpoint 7 Public Rights of Way east of Friston (with National Grid GIS Substation) 6.2.29.39 
Figure 29.40 – Viewpoint 8 Saxmundham Road (North of Friston) (with National Grid GIS Substation) 6.2.29.40 
Figure 29.41 – Viewpoint 9 Saxmundham Road, South of Friston (with National Grid GIS Substation) 6.2.29.41 
Figure 29.42 – Viewpoint 10 B1119 (with National Grid GIS Substation) 6.2.29.42 
Figure 29.43 – Viewpoint 11 Knodishall Hall (with National Grid GIS Substation) 6.2.29.43 
Figure 29.44 – Viewpoint 12 Knodishall Common (with National Grid GIS Substation) 6.2.29.44 
Figure 29.45 – Viewpoint 13 Snape Road (with National Grid GIS Substation) 6.2.29.45 
Figure 29.46 – Viewpoint 14 Grove Road (with National Grid GIS Substation) 6.2.29.46 
Figure 30.1 – Tourism Assets in the Vicinity of the Onshore Development Area 6.2.30.1 
Figure 30.2 – Hotels Available Within 45 Minute Drive of the Onshore Development Area 6.2.30.2 
Figure 30.3 – Natural Assets in the Vicinity of the Onshore Development Area 6.2.30.3 
Figure 30.4 – Bathing Waters and Blue Flag Beaches with Potential View of the East Anglia TWO 6.2.30.4  

Appendix 4.1 – Site Selection and Assessment of Alternatives Consultation Responses 6.3.4.1 
Appendix 4.2 – Red Amber Green (RAG) Assessment for Onshore Substations Site Selection in the Sizewell Area 6.3.4.2 
Appendix 4.3 – Traffic and Access – Substation Zone 7 Appraisal (formerly Zone W1) Suffolk Coasts and Heaths AONB Impact Appraisal 6.3.4.3 
Appendix 4.4 – Traffic and Access – Substation Zone 7 Appraisal (formerly Zone W1) 6.3.4.4 
Appendix 4.5 – Summary Note on Landscape and Visual Impact and Mitigation 6.3.4.5 
Appendix 5.1 – EIA Methodology Consultation Responses 6.3.5.1 
Appendix 5.2 -Statement of Competency 6.3.5.2 
Appendix 6.1 – Project Description Consultation Responses 6.3.6.1 
Appendix 6.2 – Relationship of Onshore Plans Secured by the DCO 6.3.6.2 
Appendix 6.3 – Relationship of Offshore Plans Secured by the DCO 6.3.6.3 
Appendix 6.4 – Cumulative Project Description 6.3.6.4 
Appendix 7.1 – Marine Geology, Oceanography and Physical Processes Consultation Responses 6.3.7.1 
Appendix 7.2 – Individual Project and Cumulative Wave Modelling 6.3.7.2 
Appendix 7.3 – Assessment of Transboundary Effects 6.3.7.3 
Appendix 8.1 – Marine Water and Sediment Quality Consultation Responses 6.3.8.1 
Appendix 9.1 – Benthic Ecology Consultation Responses 6.3.9.1 
Appendix 9.2 – Benthic Ecology Sampling Strategy 6.3.9.2 
Appendix 9.3 – Benthic Factual Data Report 6.3.9.3 
Appendix 9.4 – East Anglia ONE North and East Anglia TWO Benthic Statistical Analysis Report 6.3.9.4 
Appendix 10.1 – Fish and Shellfish Ecology Consultation Response 6.3.10.1 
Appendix 10.2 – Fish and Shellfish Ecology Technical Appendix 6.3.10.2 
Appendix 10.3 – Stationary Modelling Appendix 6.3.10.3 
Appendix 11.1 – Marine Mammals Consultation Responses 6.3.11.1 
Appendix 11.2 – Marine Mammal Information and Survey Report 6.3.11.2 
Appendix 11.3 – Marine Mammal Cumulative Impact Assessment (CIA) Screening 6.3.11.3 
Appendix 11.4 – Underwater Noise Assessment 6.3.11.4 
Appendix 12.1 – Offshore Ornithology Consultation Responses 6.3.12.1 
Appendix 12.2 – Ornithology Technical Appendix 6.3.12.2 
Appendix 12.3 – Information for the Cumulative Assessment 6.3.12.3 
Appendix 13.1 – Commercial Fisheries Consultation Responses 6.3.13.1 
Appendix 13.2 – Commercial Fisheries Technical Report 6.3.13.2 
Appendix 14.1 – Shipping and Navigation Consultation Responses 6.3.14.1 
Appendix 14.2 – Navigation Risk Assessment 6.3.14.2 
Appendix 14.3 – Hazard Log 6.3.14.3 
Appendix 14.4 – Cumulative Impact Assessment Screening 6.3.14.4 
Appendix 14.5 – Consequences Assessment 6.3.14.5 
Appendix 14.6 – MGN 543 Checklist 6.3.14.6 
Appendix 14.7 – Regular Operator Consultation 6.3.14.7 
Appendix 15.1 – Civil and Military Aviation and Radar Consultation Responses 6.3.15.1 
Appendix 15.2 – Airspace Analysis and Radar Modelling 6.3.15.2 
Appendix 16.1 – Marine Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Consultation Responses 6.3.16.1 
Appendix 16.2 – East Anglia ONE North Offshore Windfarm Archaeological Assessment of Geophysical Data 6.3.16.2 
Appendix 16.3 – East Anglia ONE North and East Anglia TWO Offshore Windfarm Export Cable Route Archaeological Assessment of Geophysical Data 6.3.16.3 
Appendix 17.1 – Infrastructure and Other Users Consultation Responses 6.3.17.1 
Appendix 18.1 – Ground Conditions and Contamination Consultation Responses 6.3.18.1 
Appendix 18.2 – Ground Conditions and Contamination Cumulative Impact Assessment with the Proposed East Anglia ONE North Project 6.3.18.2 
Appendix 18.3 – Land Quality Phase 1 Preliminary Risk Assessment (PRA) 6.3.18.3 
Appendix 19.1 – Air Quality Consultation Responses 6.3.19.1 
Appendix 19.2 – Air Quality Cumulative Impact Assessment with the proposed East Anglia TWO Project 6.3.19.2 
Appendix 19.3 – Construction Dust and Fine Particulate Matter Assessment Methodology 6.3.19.3 
Appendix 19.4 – Emissions Sensitivity Test 6.3.19.4 
Appendix 20.1 – Water Resources and Flood Risk Consultation Responses 6.3.20.1 
Appendix 20.2 – Water Resources and Flood Risk Cumulative Impact Assessment with the proposed East Anglia TWO Project 6.3.20.2 
Appendix 20.3 – Flood Risk Assessment 6.3.20.3 
Appendix 20.4 – Water Framework Directive Compliance Assessment 6.3.20.4 
Appendix 20.5 – Geomorphological Baseline 6.3.20.5 
Appendix 21.1 – Land Use Consultation Responses 6.3.21.1 
Appendix 21.2 – Land Use Cumulative Impact Assessment with the Porposed East Anglia TWO Project 6.3.21.2 
Appendix 22.1 – Onshore Ecology Consultation Responses 6.3.22.1 
Appendix 22.2 – Onshore Ecology Cumulative Impact Assessment with the Proposed East Anglia ONE North Project 6.3.22.2 
Appendix 22.3 – Extended Phase 1 Habitat Survey (Part 1 of 2) 6.3.22.3 
Appendix 22.3 – Extended Phase 1 Habitat Survey (Part 2 of 2) 6.3.22.3 
Appendix 22.4 – eDNA Survey Report 6.3.22.4 
Appendix 22.5 – Water Vole and Otter Presence Absence Survey Report 6.3.22.5 
Appendix 22.6 – Bat Survey Report 6.3.22.6 
Appendix 23.1 – Onshore Ornithology Consultation Response 6.3.23.1 
Appendix 23.2 – Onshore Ornithology Cumulative Impact Assessment with the Proposed East Anglia ONE North Project 6.3.23.2 
Appendix 23.3 – Onshore Ornithology Survey Report: Breeding Season 2018 and 2019 6.3.23.3 
Appendix 23.4 – Onshore Ornithology Survey Report: Non-breeding Season 2018 – 2019 6.3.23.4 
Appendix 24.1 – Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Consultation Responses 6.3.24.1 
Appendix 24.2 – Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Cumulative Impact Assessment with the Proposed East Anglia ONE North Project 6.3.24.2 
Appendix 24.3 – East Anglia TWO and East Anglia ONE North: Onshore Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Desk Based Assessment and Annexes (figures 1 – 2, 10 – 27) 6.3.24.4 
Appendix 24.5 – Designated Heritage Assets Gazetteer 6.3.24.5 
Appendix 24.6 – Non-designated Heritage Assets Gazetteer 6.3.24.6 
Appendix 24.7 – Assessment of the impact of Onshore Infrastructure in the Setting of Heritage Assets and Annexes (Part 1 of 2) 6.3.24.7 
Appendix 24.7 – Assessment of the impact of Onshore Infrastructure in the Setting of Heritage Assets and Annexes (Part 2 of 2) 6.3.24.7 
Appendix 24.8 – Assessment of the impact of Offshore Infastructure on the Significance of Coastal Heritage Assets: A Screening Exercise and Annexes 6.3.24.8 
Appendix 25.1 – Noise and Vibration Consultation Responses 6.3.25.1 
Appendix 25.2 – Noise and Vibration Cumulative Impact Assessment with the Proposed East Anglia TWO Project 6.3.25.2 
Appendix 25.3 – Baseline Noise Survey 6.3.25.3 
Appendix 25.4 – Construction Phase Assessment 6.3.25.4 
Appendix 25.5 – Operational Phase Assessment 6.3.25.5 
Appendix 26.1 – Taffic and Transport Consultation Response 6.3.26.1 
Appendix 26.2 – Traffic and Transport Cumulative Impact Assessment with the Proposed East Anglia TWO Project 6.3.26.2 
Appendix 26.3 – Abnormal Indivisible Load Access to Onshore Substation 6.3.26.3 
Appendix 26.4 – Swept Path Assessment of Known Pinch Point on Heavy Load Route 6.2.26.4 
Appendix 26.5 – A1094-B1069 Widening for Abnormal Indivisible Load 6.3.26.5 
Appendix 26.6 – Suffolk – Lorry Route Network (extract ) and Highways England – Heavy and High Routes (extract) 6.2.26.6 
Appendix 26.7 – Summary of Commissioned Traffic Counts 6.3.26.7 
Appendix 26.8 – Recorded Personal Injury Collision Locations 6.3.26.8 
Appendix 26.9 – Calculation of Collision Rates 6.3.26.9 
Appendix 26.10 – Future Year Growth Factors 6.3.26.10 
Appendix 26.11 – In-migrant Labour Distribution 6.3.26.11 
Appendix 26.12 Resident Labour Distribution 6.3.26.12 
Appendix 26.13 – Derivation of Construction Material Quantities 6.3.26.13 
Appendix 26.14 – HGV and LCV Traffic Assigned to the Construction Programme 6.3.26.14 
Appendix 26.15 – Assignment of HGV and LCV Traffic to the Highway Network 6.3.26.15 
Appendix 26.16 – Diagram of Traffic Movements Assigned to the Highway Network 6.3.26.16 
Appendix 26.17 – Proposed Mitigation Measures (A1094 and B1122) 6.3.26.17 
Appendix 26.18 – Proposed Preliminary Access Concepts 6.3.26.18 
Appendix 26.19 – Junction Modelling 6.3.26.19 
Appendix 26.20 – Link Capacity Modelling 6.3.26.20 
Appendix 26.21 – Swept Path Analysis, Sensitive Junctions 6.3.26.21 
Appendix 26.22 – Derivation of Construction Material Quantities 6.3.26.22 
Appendix 26.23 – HGV and LCV Traffic Assigned to the Construction Programme (Scenario 1) 6.3.26.23 
Appendix 26.24 – Assignment of HGV and LCV Traffic to the Highway Network (Scenario 1) 6.3.26.24 
Appendix 26.25 – Diagram of Traffic Movements Assigned to the Highway Network (Scenario 1) 6.3.26.25 
Appendix 26.26 – Inter-relationships 6.3.26.26 
Appendix 27.1 – Human Health Consultation Responses 6.3.27.1 
Appendix 27.2 – Scientific Literature Review Relevant to Human Health 6.3.27.2 
Appendix 27.3 – 2011 Census Data 6.3.27.3 
Appendix 28.1 – Seascape, Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment Consultation Responses 6.3.28.1 
Appendix 28.2 – SLVIA Methodology 6.3.28.2 
Appendix 28.3 – Seascape Assessment 6.3.28.3 
Appendix 28.4 – Landscape Assessment 6.3.28.4 
Appendix 28.5 – Visual Assessment 6.3.28.5 
Appendix 28.6 – Suffolk Coastal Path Assessment 6.3.28.6 
Appendix 28.7 – Cumulative Seascape, Landscape and Visual Assessment 6.3.28.7 
Appendix 28.8 – Offshore Windfarm Visibility 6.3.28.8 
Appendix 28.9 – Met Office Vessel Data Visibility Study Figure 6.3.28.9 
Appendix 29.1 – Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment Consultation Responses 6.3.29.1 
Appendix 29.2 – Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment Methodology 6.3.29.2 
Appendix 29.3 – Landscape Assessment 6.3.29.3 
Appendix 29.4 – Visual Assessment 6.3.29.4 
Appendix 29.5 – Cumulative Assessment 6.3.29.5 
Appendix 30.1 – Tourism, Recreation and Socio-Economics Consultation Responses 6.3.30.1 
Appendix 30.2 – Literature Review: Windfarm Impact on the Tourism Industry 6.3.30.2 

Application Index (Table – Ordered list of documents with content summary)

Non-Technical Summary (Summary of application) 

Chapter 1 – Introduction 6.1.1
Chapter 2 – Need For Project 6.1.2
Chapter 3 – Policy & Legislative Context 6.1.3 
Chapter 4 – Site Selection & Assessment of Alternatives 6.1.4 
Chapter 5 – Environmental Impact Methodology 6.1.5 
Chapter 6 – Project Description 6.1.6  
Chapter 7 – Marine Geology, Oceanography & Physical Processes 6.1.7 
Chapter 8 – Marine Water & Sediment Quality 6.1.8  
Chapter 9 – Benthic Ecology 6.1.9 
Chapter 10 – Fish & Shellfish Ecology 6.1.10 
Chapter 11 – Marine Mammals 6.1.11 
Chapter 12 – Offshore Ornithology 6.1.12 
Chapter 13 – Commercial Fisheries 6.1.13 
Chapter 14 – Shipping & Navigation 6.1.14 
Chapter 15 – Civil & Military Aviation & Radar 6.1.15 
Chapter 16 – Marine Archeology & Cultural Heritage 6.1.16 
Chapter 17 – Infrastructure & Other Users 6.1.17 
Chapter 18 – Ground Conditions & Contamination 6.1.18  
Chapter 19 – Air Quality 6.1.19 
Chapter 20 – Water Resources & Flood Risk 6.1.20 
Chapter 21 – Land Use 6.1.21 
Chapter 22 – Onshore Ecology 6.1.22 
Chapter 23 – Onshore Ornithology 6.1.23 
Chapter 24 – Onshore Archeology & Cultural Heritage 6.1.24 
Chapter 25 – Noise & Vibration 6.1.25 
Chapter 26 – Traffic & Transport 6.1.26 
Chapter 27 – Human Health 6.1.27 
Chapter 28 – Offshore Seascape, Landscape & Visual Amenity 6.1.28 
Chapter 29 – Landscape & Visual Impact Assessment 6.1.29 
Chapter 30 – Tourism, Recreation & Socio-Economics 6.1.30 
Chapter 31 – Summary & Conclusions 6.1.31  

6.4 Environmental Statement – Non-Technical Summary provides a lay persons summary to the Environmental Statement 
6.5 Environmental Statement – Scoping Opinion as given by the Secretary of State in June 2017 
6.6 Environmental Statement – Offshore Schedule of Mitigation
6.7 Environmental Statement – Onshore Schedule of Mitigation 

Figure 4.1 – East Anglia TWO Windfarm Site and other Offshore Windfarms in the former East Anglia Zone 6.2.4.1 
Figure 4.2 – Phase 1 -Proposed East Anglia TWO Project Scoping Offshore Cable Corridor and Constraints 6.2.4.2 
Figure 4.3 – Phase 2 –Refinement of the East Anglia TWO Windfarm Site Boundary 6.2.4.3
Figure 4.4 -Phase 2 – Post-Scoping Refinements to the Offshore Cable Corridor 6.2.4.4 
Figure 4.5 – East Anglia TWO Offshore Cable Corridor Nearshore Refinements 6.2.4.5 
Figure 4.6 – East Anglia TWO and East Anglia ONE North Indicative Onshore Development Area 6.2.4.6 
Figure 4.7 – East Anglia TWO and East Anglia ONE North Onshore Site Selection Study Area 6.2.4.7 
Figure 4.8 -East Anglia TWO and East Anglia ONE North Onshore Substation Zones 6.2.4.8 
Figure 4.9 -East Anglia TWO and East Anglia ONE North Onshore Substation Zone 7 – Alternative Arrangement Option 1 6.2.4.9 
Figure 4.10 – East Anglia TWO and East Anglia ONE North Onshore Substation Zone 7 – Alternative Arrangement Option 2 6.2.4.10 
Figure 4.11 – East Anglia TWO and East Anglia ONE North Onshore Substation Zone 7 – Alternative Arrangement Option 3 6.2.4.11 
Figure 4.12 – East Anglia TWO and East Anglia ONE North Onshore Substation Zone 7 – Alternative Arrangement Option 4 6.2.4.12 
Figure 4.13 – East Anglia TWO and East Anglia ONE North Onshore Substation Zone 7 – Alternative Arrangement Option 5 6.2.4.13
Figure 4.14 – East Anglia TWO and East Anglia ONE North Onshore Substation Zone 7 – Alternative Arrangement Option 6 6.2.4.14 
Figure 4.15 – East Anglia TWO and East Anglia ONE North Preferred Substation Arrangement within Substation Zone 7 (including NG substation) 6.2.4.15 
Figure 4.16 – East Anglia TWO and East Anglia ONE North Onshore Substation Arrangement within Broom Covert, Sizewell (including NG substation) 6.2.4.16 
Figure 6.1 – Offshore Development Area 6.2.6.1 
Figure 6.2a-e – East Anglia TWO (and East Anglia ONE North) Onshore Development Area 6.2.6.2 
Figure 6.3 – Existing Offshore Infrastructure 6.2.6.3 
Figure 6.4 – Indicative Onshore Substation and National Grid Substation Preferred Arrangement 6.2.6.4 
Figure 6.5 – East Anglia TWO and East Anglia ONE North Onshore Substations and National Grid Substation Preferred Arrangement 6.2.6.5 
Figure 6.6a-m – East Anglia ONE North and East Anglia ONE North and East Anglia TWO Indicative Construction Plan 6.2.6.6 
Figure 6.7a-m – East Anglia ONE North and East Anglia TWO Permanent (Operational) Plans – Landfall 6.2.6.7 
Figure 7.1 – East Anglia TWO Receptor Groups for Marine Geology, Oceanography and Physical Processes 6.2.7.1 
Figure 7.2 – East Anglia TWO Bathymetry and Bedforms of the East Anglia TWO Windfarm Site 6.2.7.2 
Figure 7.3 – East Anglia TWO Bathymetry and Bedforms of the Offshore Cable Corridor 6.2.7.3 
Figure 7.4 – East Anglia TWO Position of the Amphidromic Point 6.2.7.4 
Figure 7.5 – East Anglia TWO Zone of Potential Influence on the Tidal Regime 6.2.7.5 
Figure 7.6 – East Anglia TWO Zone of Potential Influence on the Wave Regime 6.2.7.6 
Figure 7.7 – East Anglia TWO Offshore Cable Corridor and Landfall 6.2.7.7 
Figure 7.8 – East Anglia TWO Zone of Potential Cumulative Influence on the Wave Regime 6.2.7.8 
Figure 7.9 – Zone of Potential Cumulative Influence on the Tidal Regime 6.2.7.9 
Figure 8.1 – Designated Bathing Waters and Water Framework Directive Water Bodies 6.2.8.1 
Figure 8.2 – Location of Sediment Contamination Sample Sites 6.2.8.2 
Figure 8.3 – Location of Disposal Sites, Oil and Gas Wells 6.2.8.3 
Note Figures 9.#, 10.#, 11.#, 12.# 13.# 14.# & 15.#, 16.#, 17.# (not logged as these refer to ‘offshore’ studies these are available from the PINS site)
Figure 18.1 – Study Area 6.2.18.1 
Figure 18.2 – Bedrock Geology 6.2.18.2 
Figure 18.3 – Superficial Geology 6.2.18.3 
Figure 18.4 – Groundwater Receptors 6.2.18.4 
Figure 18.5 – Sensitive Land Uses 6.2.18.5 
Figure 18.6 – Mineral Safeguarding Areas 6.2.18.6 
Figure 18.7 – Potential Contamination Sources 6.2.18.7 
Figure 19.1 – Air Quality Study Area 6.2.19.1 
Figure 19.2 – Air Quality Management Area Monitoring Locations 6.2.19.2 
Figure 19.3 – Sensitive Human Receptors 6.2.19.3 
Figure 19.4 – Sensitive Ecological Receptors 6.2.19.4 
Figure 19.5 – Construction Phase Dust Distance Boundaries 6.2.19.5 
Figure 19.6 – Road Network Considered in the Cumulative Impact assessment with Sizewell C New Nuclear Power Station Road Option 6.2.19.6 
Figure 20.1 – Study Area Surface Water Receptors 6.2.20.1 
Figure 20.2 – Environment Agency Flood Zones 6.2.20.2 
Figure 20.3 – Groundwater Receptors 6.2.20.3 
Figure 21.1 – Direct Impact Study Area 6.2.21.1 
Figure 21.2 – Land Cover Mapping 6.2.21.2 
Figure 21.3 – Agricultural Land Classification 6.2.21.3 
Figure 21.4 – Environmental Stewardship Scheme Agreements 6.2.21.4 
Figure 21.5 – Utilities 6.2.21.5 
Figure 21.6 – Common Access Land 6.2.21.6 
Figure 22.1 – Designated Sites (Statutory) 6.2.22.1 
Figure 22.2 – Designated Sites (Non-statutory) 6.2.22.2 
Figure 22.3 – Desk Study Results 6.2.22.3 
Figure 22.4 – Extended Phase 1 Habitat Survey Results 6.2.22.4 
Figure 22.5 – Water Body Location Maps 6.2.22.5 
Figure 22.6 – Badger Survey Results 6.2.22.6 
Figure 22.7 – Bat Roost and Commuting Foraging Habitat Results 6.2.22.7 
Figure 22.8 – Bat Survey Results 6.2.22.8 
Figure 22.9 – Water Vole and Otter Habitat Survey Results 6.2.22.9 
Figure 22.10 – eDNA Survey Results 6.2.22.10
Figure 23.1 – Onshore Ornithology Study Area 6.2.23.1 
Figure 23.2 – Onshore Ornithological Designated Sites within 10km 6.2.23.2 
Figure 23.3 Woodlark Obervations 2018 6.2.23.3 
Figure 23.4 Nightjar Observations 2018 6.2.23.4 
Figure 23.5 – Turtle Dove Observations 2018 6.2.23.5 
Figure 23.6 – Nightingale Observations 2018 6.2.23.6 
Figure 23.7 – Marsh Harrier Observations 2018 6.2.23.7 
Figure 23.8 – Other Scheduled 1 Target Species Records 6.2.23.8 
Figure 23.9 – Other Target Species Observations 2018 6.2.23.9 
Figure 23.10 – RSPB Woodlark Observations 2009-2018 6.2.23.10 
Figure 23.11 – RSPB Nightjar Observations 2009-2012, 2014, 2016-2018 6.2.23.11 
Figure 23.12 RSPB Turtle Dove Observations 2012-2013, 2015-2018 6.2.23.12 
Figure 23.13 Nightingale Observations 2009-2018 6.2.23.13 
Figure 23.14 – RSPB Dartford Warbler Observations 2009-2019 6.2.23.14 
Figure 23.15 – Wintering Bird survey Compartments 2018 2019 6.2.23.15 
Figure 23.16 – 2019 Results 6.2.23.16 
Figure 24.1 – Onshore Development Area and Onshore Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Study Areas 6.2.24.1 
Figure 24.2 – Designated Heritage Assets within the Onshore Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Study Areas 6.2.24.2 
Figure 24.3a-j – Non-Designated Heritage Assets within the Onshore Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Study Areas 6.2.24.3 
Figure 24.4a-f – Geophysical Survey Greyscales Across the Onshore Development Area 6.2.24.4 
Figure 25.1 – Noise and Vibration Study Area 6.2.25.1 
Figure 25.2 – Noise Monitoring Survey Locations 6.2.25.2 
Figure 26.1 – Onshore Highway Study Area 6.2.26.1 
Figure 26.2 – Access Locations and Associated Onshore Infrastructure 6.2.26.2 
Figure 26.3 – Existing Highway Network 6.2.26.3 
Figure 26.4 – Traffic Count Survey Locations 6.2.26.4 
Figure 26.5 – Link Sensitivity 6.2.26.5 
Figure 26.6 – Collision Cluster Locations 6.2.26.6 
Figure 26.7 – Sensitive Driver Delay Locations 6.2.26.7 
Figure 27.1 – Site Specific Population Group 6.2.27.1 
Figure 27.2 – Location of Health and Community Assets 6.2.27.2 

Figure 28.1 – SLVIA Project Envelope 6.2.28.1 
Figure 28.2 – SLVIA Alternative Project Envelope 6.2.28.2 
Figure 28.3 – Site Location and SLVIA Study Area 6.2.28.3 
Figure 28.4 – Blade Tip Zone of Theoretical Visibility (ZTV) (250 m) with Viewpoint Locations – 50km Study Area 6.2.28.4 
Figure 28.5 – Blade Tip ZTV (300 m) with Viewpoint Locations – 50km Study Area 6.2.28.5 
Figure 28.6 – Blade Tip ZTV (300 m) with Viewpoint Locations – 50km Study Area 6.2.28.6 

Figure 29.1 – LVIA Study Area 6.2.29.1 
Figure 29.2 – Landscape Character 6.2.29.2 
Figure 29.3 – Landscape Designations 6.2.29.3 
Figure 29.4 – Visual Receptors 6.2.29.4 
Figure 29.5 – Cumulative Developments 6.2.29.5 
Figure 29.6 – Onshore Cable Route (Aerial) 6.2.29.6 
Figure 29.7 – Onshore Substation ZTV (with landscape character) 6.2.29.7 
Figure 29.8 – Onshore Substation ZTV (with designations) 6.2.29.8  
Figure 29.9 – Onshore Substation ZTV (with viewpoints and visual receptors) 6.2.29.9 
Figure 29.10 – Onshore Substation Cumulative ZTV 6.2.29.10 
Figure 29.11a – Outline Landscape Mitigation Plan (OLMP) General Arrangement 6.2.29.11a 
Figure 29.11b – Outline Landscape Mitigation Plan (OLMP) Illustrative Plan 6.2.29.11b 
Figure 29.12 – Outline Landscape Mitigation Plan Timing of Planting 6.2.29.12 
Figure 29.13 – Viewpoint 1 Public Rights of Way near Friston House (with National Grid AIS Substation) 6.2.29.13 
Figure 29.14 – Viewpoint 2 Friston, Church Road (with National Grid AIS Substation) 6.2.29.14 
Figure 29.15 – Viewpoint 3 Grove Road, near Pear Tree Farm (with National Grid AIS Substation 6.2.29.15 
Figure 29.16 – Viewpoint 4 Grove Road, near Church Road (Friston) (with National Grid NG AIS Substation) 6.2.29.16 
Figure 29.17 – Viewpoint 5 Public Rights of Way, near Moor Farm (with National Grid AIS Substation) 6.2.29.17 
Figure 29.18 – Viewpoint 6 Friston, Village Green (with National Grid AIS Substation) 6.2.29.18 
Figure 29.19 – Viewpoint 7 Public Rights of Way east of Friston (with National Grid AIS Substation) 6.2.29.19 
Figure 29.20 – Viewpoint 8 Saxmundham Road (North of Friston) (with National Grid AIS Substation) 6.2.29.20 
Figure 29.21 – Viewpoint 9 Saxmundham Road, South of Friston (with National Grid AIS Substation) 6.2.29.21 
Figure 29.22 – Viewpoint 10 B1119 (with National Grid AIS Substation) 6.2.29.22 
Figure 29.23 – Viewpoint 11 Knodishall Hall (with National Grid AIS Substation) 6.2.29.23 
Figure 29.24 – Viewpoint 12 Knodishall Common (with National Grid AIS Substation) 6.2.29.24 
Figure 29.25 – Viewpoint 13 Snape Road (with National Grid AIS Substation) 6.2.29.25 
Figure 29.26 – Viewpoint 14 Grove Road (with National Grid AIS Substation) 6.2.29.26 
Figure 29.27 – Illustrative Viewpoint A Aldringham Court 6.2.29.27 
Figure 29.28 – Illustrative Viewpoint B Watch Walk Whin, Public Rights of Way near Coldfair Green 6.2.29.28 
Figure 29.29 – Illustrative Viewpoint C Sandlings Walk, South of the Old School 6.2.29.29 
Figure 29.30 – Illustrative Viewpoint D Saxmundham Road (B1119) Public Rights of Way Junction 6.2.29.30 
Figure 29.31 – Illustrative Viewpoint E Sandlings Walk, West of Friston Hall 6.2.29.31 
Figure 29.32 – Illustrative Viewpoint F Public Rights of Way to east of Wood Farm, Saxmundham 6.2.29.32 
Figure 29.33 – Viewpoint 1 Public Rights of Way near Friston House (with National Grid GIS Substation) 6.2.29.33 
Figure 29.34 – Viewpoint 2 Friston, Church Road (with National Grid GIS Substation) 6.2.29.34 
Figure 29.35 – Viewpoint 3 Grove Road, near Pear Tree Farm (with National Grid GIS Substation) 6.2.29.35 
Figure 29.36 – Viewpoint 4 Grove Road, near Church Road (Friston) (with National Grid NG GIS Substation) 6.2.29.36 
Figure 29.37 – Viewpoint 5 Public Rights of Way, near Moor Farm (with National Grid GIS Substation) 6.2.29.37 
Figure 29.38 – Viewpoint 6 Friston, Village Green (with National Grid GIS Substation) 6.2.29.38 
Figure 29.39 – Viewpoint 7 Public Rights of Way east of Friston (with National Grid GIS Substation) 6.2.29.39 
Figure 29.40 – Viewpoint 8 Saxmundham Road (North of Friston) (with National Grid GIS Substation) 6.2.29.40 
Figure 29.41 – Viewpoint 9 Saxmundham Road, South of Friston (with National Grid GIS Substation) 6.2.29.41 
Figure 29.42 – Viewpoint 10 B1119 (with National Grid GIS Substation) 6.2.29.42 
Figure 29.43 – Viewpoint 11 Knodishall Hall (with National Grid GIS Substation) 6.2.29.43 
Figure 29.44 – Viewpoint 12 Knodishall Common (with National Grid GIS Substation) 6.2.29.44 
Figure 29.45 – Viewpoint 13 Snape Road (with National Grid GIS Substation) 6.2.29.45 
Figure 29.46 – Viewpoint 14 Grove Road (with National Grid GIS Substation) 6.2.29.46 Figure 30.1 – Tourism Assets in the Vicinity of the Onshore Development Area 6.2.30.1 
Figure 30.2 – Hotels Available Within 45 Minute Drive of the Onshore Development Area 6.2.30.2 
Figure 30.3 – Natural Assets in the Vicinity of the Onshore Development Area 6.2.30.3 
Figure 30.4 – Bathing Waters and Blue Flag Beaches with Potential View of the East Anglia TWO 6.2.30.4  

Appendix 4.2 – Red Amber Green (RAG) Assessment for Onshore Substations Site Selection in the Sizewell Area 6.3.4.2 
Appendix 4.3 – Traffic and Access – Substation Zone 7 Appraisal (formerly Zone W1) Suffolk Coasts and Heaths AONB Impact Appraisal 6.3.4.3 
Appendix 4.4 – Traffic and Access – Substation Zone 7 Appraisal (formerly Zone W1) 6.3.4.4 
Appendix 4.5 – Summary Note on Landscape and Visual Impact and Mitigation 6.3.4.5 
Appendix 4.6 – Coastal processes and Landfall Site Selection 6.3.4.6 
Appendix 5.1 – EIA Methodology Consultation Responses 6.3.5.1 
Appendix 5.2 – Statement of Competency 6.3.5.2 
Appendix 6.1 – Project Description Consultation Responses 6.3.6.1 
Appendix 6.2 – Relationship of Onshore Plans Secured by the DCO 6.3.6.2 
Appendix 6.3 – Relationship of Offshore Plans Secured by the DCO 6.3.6.3 
Appendix 6.4 – Cumulative Project Description 6.3.6.4 
Appendix 7.1 – Marine Geology, Oceanography and Physical Processes Consultation Responses 6.3.7.1 
Appendix 7.2 – Individual Project and Cumulative Wave Modelling 6.3.7.2 
Appendix 7.3 – Assessment of Transboundary Effects 6.3.7.3 
Appendix 8.1 – Marine Water and Sediment Quality Consultation Responses 6.3.8.1 
Appendix 9.1 – Benthic Ecology Consultation Responses 6.3.9.1 
Appendix 9.2 – Benthic Ecology Sampling Strategy 6.3.9.2 
Appendix 9.3 – Benthic Factual Data Report 6.3.9.3 
Appendix 9.4 – Benthic Statistical Analysis Report 6.3.9.4 
Appendix 10.1 – Fish and Shellfish Ecology Consultation Response 6.3.10.1 
Appendix 10.2 – Fish and Shellfish Ecology Technical Appendix 6.3.10.2 
Appendix 10.3 – Stationary Modelling Appendix 6.3.10.3 
Appendix 11.1 – Marine Mammals Consultation Responses 6.3.11.1 
Appendix 11.2 – Marine Mammal Information and Survey Report 6.3.11.2 
Appendix 11.3 – Marine Mammal Cumulative Impact Assessment (CIA) Screening 6.3.11.3 
Appendix 11.4 – Underwater Noise Assessment 6.3.11.4 
Appendix 12.1 – Offshore Ornithology Consultation Responses 6.3.12.1 
Appendix 12.2 – Ornithology Technical Appendix 6.3.12.2 
Appendix 12.3 – Information for the Cumulative Assessment 6.3.12.3 
Appendix 13.1 – Commercial Fisheries Consultation Responses 6.3.13.1 
Appendix 13.2 – Commercial Fisheries Technical Report 6.3.13.2 
Appendix 14.1 – Shipping and Navigation Consultation Responses 6.3.14.1 
Appendix 14.2 – Navigation Risk Assessment 6.3.14.2 
Appendix 14.3 – Hazard Log 6.3.14.3 
Appendix 14.4 – Cumulative Impact Assessment Screening 6.3.14.4 
Appendix 14.5 – Consequences Assessment 6.3.14.5 
Appendix 14.6 – MGN 543 Checklist 6.3.14.6 
Appendix 14.7 – Regular Operator Consultation 6.3.14.7 
Appendix 15.1 – Civil and Military Aviation and Radar Consultation Responses 6.3.15.1 
Appendix 15.2 – Airspace Analysis and Radar Modelling 6.3.15.2 
Appendix 16.1 – Marine Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Consultation Responses 6.3.16.1 
Appendix 16.2 – East Anglia ONE North Offshore Windfarm Archaeological Assessment of Geophysical Data 6.3.16.2 
Appendix 16.3 – East Anglia ONE North and East Anglia TWO Offshore Windfarm Export Cable Route Archaeological Assessment of Geophysical Data 6.3.16.3 
Appendix 17.1 – Infrastructure and Other Users Consultation Responses 6.3.17.1 
Appendix 18.1 – Ground Conditions and Contamination Consultation Responses 6.3.18.1 
Appendix 18.2 – Ground Conditions and Contamination Cumulative Impact Assessment with the Proposed East Anglia ONE North Project 6.3.18.2 
Appendix 18.3 – Land Quality Phase 1 Preliminary Risk Assessment (PRA) 6.3.18.3 
Appendix 19.1 – Air Quality Consultation Responses 6.3.19.1 
Appendix 19.2 – Air Quality Cumulative Impact Assessment with the proposed East Anglia TWO Project 6.3.19.2 
Appendix 19.3 – Construction Dust and Fine Particulate Matter Assessment Methodology 6.3.19.3 
Appendix 19.4 – Emissions Sensitivity Test 6.3.19.4 
Appendix 20.1 – Water Resources and Flood Risk Consultation Responses 6.3.20.1 
Appendix 20.2 – Water Resources and Flood Risk Cumulative Impact Assessment with the proposed East Anglia TWO Project 6.3.20.2 
Appendix 20.3 – Flood Risk Assessment 6.3.20.3 
Appendix 20.4 – Water Framework Directive Compliance Assessment 6.3.20.4 
Appendix 20.5 – Geomorphological Baseline 6.3.20.5 
Appendix 21.1 – Land Use Consultation Responses 6.3.21.1 
Appendix 21.2 – Land Use Cumulative Impact Assessment with the Proposed East Anglia ONE North Project 6.3.21.2 
Appendix 22.1 – Onshore Ecology Consultation Responses 6.3.22.1 
Appendix 22.2 – Onshore Ecology Cumulative Impact Assessment with the Proposed East Anglia ONE North Project 6.3.22.2 
Appendix 22.3 – Extended Phase 1 Habitat Survey (Part 1 of 2) 6.3.22.3 
Appendix 22.3 – Extended Phase 1 Habitat Survey (Part 2 of 2) 6.3.22.3 
Appendix 22.4 – eDNA Survey Report 6.3.22.4 
Appendix 22.5 – Water Vole and Otter Presence Absence Survey Report 6.3.22.5 
Appendix 22.6 – Bat Survey Report 6.3.22.6 
Appendix 23.1 – Onshore Ornithology Consultation Response 6.3.23.1 
Appendix 23.2 – Onshore Ornithology Cumulative Impact Assessment with the Proposed East Anglia ONE North Project 6.3.23.2 
Appendix 23.3 – Onshore Ornithology Survey Report: Breeding Season 2018 and 2019 6.3.23.3 
Appendix 23.4 – Onshore Ornithology Survey Report: Non-breeding Season 2018 – 2019 6.3.23.4 
Appendix 24.1 – Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Consultation Responses 6.3.24.1 
Appendix 24.2 – Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Cumulative Impact Assessment with the Proposed East Anglia ONE North Project 6.3.24.2 
Appendix 24.3 – East Anglia TWO and East Anglia ONE North: Onshore Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Desk Based Assessment and Annexes (figures 1 – 2, 10 – 27) 6.3.24.3
Appendix 24.4 – Geophysical Survey Report (Part 2 of 2) 6.3.24.4 
Appendix 24.5 – Designated Heritage Assets Gazetteer 6.3.24.5 
Appendix 24.6 – Non-designated Heritage Assets Gazetteer 6.3.24.6 
Appendix 24.7 – Assessment of the impact of Onshore Infrastructure in the Setting of Heritage Assets and Annexes (Part 1 of 2) 6.3.24.7 
Appendix 24.7 – Assessment of the impact of Onshore Infrastructure in the Setting of Heritage Assets and Annexes (Part 2 of 2) 6.3.24.7 
Appendix 24.8 – Assessment of the impact of Offshore Infastructure on the Significance of Coastal Heritage Assets: A Screening Exercise and Annexes 6.3.24.8 
Appendix 25.1 – Noise and Vibration Consultation Responses 6.3.25.1 
Appendix 25.2 – Noise and Vibration Cumulative Impact Assessment with the Proposed East Anglia TWO Project 6.3.25.2 
Appendix 25.3 – Baseline Noise Survey 6.3.25.3 
Appendix 25.4 – Construction Phase Assessment 6.3.25.4 
Appendix 25.5 – Operational Phase Assessment 6.3.25.5 
Appendix 26.1 – Taffic and Transport Consultation Response 6.3.26.1 
Appendix 26.2 – Traffic and Transport Cumulative Impact Assessment with the Proposed East Anglia TWO Project 6.3.26.2 
Appendix 26.3 – Abnormal Indivisible Load Access to Onshore Substation 6.3.26.3 
Appendix 26.4 – Swept Path Assessment of Known Pinch Point on Heavy Load Route 6.2.26.4 
Appendix 26.5 – A1094-B1069 Widening for Abnormal Indivisible Load 6.3.26.5 
Appendix 26.6 – Suffolk – Lorry Route Network (extract ) and Highways England – Heavy and High Routes (extract) 6.2.26.6 
Appendix 26.7 – Summary of Commissioned Traffic Counts 6.3.26.7 
Appendix 26.8 – Recorded Personal Injury Collision Locations 6.3.26.8 
Appendix 26.9 – Calculation of Collision Rates 6.3.26.9 
Appendix 26.10 – Future Year Growth Factors 6.3.26.10 
Appendix 26.11 – In-migrant Labour Distribution 6.3.26.11 
Appendix 26.12 Resident Labour Distribution 6.3.26.12 
Appendix 26.13 – Derivation of Construction Material Quantities 6.3.26.13 
Appendix 26.14 – HGV and LCV Traffic Assigned to the Construction Programme 6.3.26.14 
Appendix 26.15 – Assignment of HGV and LCV Traffic to the Highway Network 6.3.26.15 
Appendix 26.16 – Diagram of Traffic Movements Assigned to the Highway Network 6.3.26.16 
Appendix 26.17 – Proposed Mitigation Measures (A1094 and B1122) 6.3.26.17 
Appendix 26.18 – Proposed Preliminary Access Concepts 6.3.26.18 
Appendix 26.19 – Junction Modelling 6.3.26.19 
Appendix 26.20 – Link Capacity Modelling 6.3.26.20 
Appendix 26.21 – Swept Path Analysis, Sensitive Junctions 6.3.26.21 
Appendix 26.22 – Derivation of Construction Material Quantities 6.3.26.22 
Appendix 26.23 – HGV and LCV Traffic Assigned to the Construction Programme (Scenario 1) 6.3.26.23 
Appendix 26.24 – Assignment of HGV and LCV Traffic to the Highway Network (Scenario 1) 6.3.26.24 
Appendix 26.25 – Diagram of Traffic Movements Assigned to the Highway Network (Scenario 1) 6.3.26.25 
Appendix 26.26 – Inter-relationships 6.3.26.26 
Appendix 27.1 – Human Health Consultation Responses 6.3.27.1 
Appendix 27.2 – Scientific Literature Review Relevant to Human Health 6.3.27.2 
Appendix 27.3 – 2011 Census Data 6.3.27.3 
Appendix 28.1 – Seascape, Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment Consultation Responses 6.3.28.1 
Appendix 28.2 – SLVIA Methodology 6.3.28.2 
Appendix 28.3 – Seascape Assessment 6.3.28.3 
Appendix 28.4 – Landscape Assessment 6.3.28.4 
Appendix 28.5 – Visual Assessment 6.3.28.5 
Appendix 28.6 – Suffolk Coastal Path Assessment 6.3.28.6 
Appendix 28.7 – Cumulative Seascape, Landscape and Visual Assessment 6.3.28.7 
Appendix 28.8 – Offshore Windfarm Visibility 6.3.28.8 
Appendix 28.9 – Met Office Vessel Data Visibility Study Figure 6.3.28.9 
Appendix 29.1 – Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment Consultation Responses 6.3.29.1 
Appendix 29.2 – Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment Methodology 6.3.29.2 
Appendix 29.3 – Landscape Assessment 6.3.29.3 
Appendix 29.4 – Visual Assessment 6.3.29.4 
Appendix 29.5 – Cumulative Assessment 6.3.29.5 
Appendix 30.1 – Tourism, Recreation and Socio-Economics Consultation Responses 6.3.30.1 
Appendix 30.2 – Literature Review: Windfarm Impact on the Tourism Industry 6.3.30.2 

6.4 Environmental Statement – Non-Technical Summary provides a lay persons summary to the Environmental Statement 
6.5 Environmental Statement – Scoping Opinion as given by the Secretary of State in June 2017 
6.6 Environmental Statement – Offshore Schedule of Mitigation
6.7 Environmental Statement – Onshore Schedule of Mitigation