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Pubic Consultation on non-material change application for East Anglia THREE

20 July 2020

Public consultation on non-material change application for East Anglia THREE

East Anglia THREE Limited has submitted an application for a non-material change to its planning consent to amend the parameters of its offshore substations (OSSs) and wind turbines (WTGs).

The application documents are available on the Scottish Power Renewables website. A public consultation on the proposals is running from 3 August to 30 September 2020.


Respond to the consultation

You can provide feedback by:

  • Email to the Planning Inspectorate at EastAngliaThree@planninginspectorate.gov.uk; or
  • In writing to: National Infrastructure Planning, The Planning Inspectorate, Temple Quay House, 2 The Square Temple Quay Bristol BS1 6PN. Please quote reference “East Anglia THREE (EN010056)” on any correspondence.


Further information

Hard copies of the application can be viewed at OrbisEnergy, Wilde St, Lowestoft NR32 1HX.  Inspection is by appointment only. To arrange an appointment, please contact OrbisEnergy on 01502 563368. COVID-19 infection prevention and control measures are in place.

You can also request hard copies of the application by emailing Eastangliathree@scottishpower.com or by phoning 07710 049240


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19 March 2020

NEED HELP?  As coronavirus continues to sweep across the country it is extremely likely that our community will be affected by it at some point. If you need any help or support including getting shopping or medical supplies delivered to your door please don't hesitate to contact Pat Southgate on 410110 or Lesley Roberts on 410581 and we will ensure that what you need is delivered to your door.

To avoid contact with the virus and help limit the spread of the illness all deliveries will be left outside the door for you to collect once the person making the delivery has left your premises.

For the latest information and advice please refer to:


PCC Asks for your view on his Precept Proposals

3 December 2019


Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Tim Passmore has confirmed that he is proposing to raise the policing element of the council tax and wants to hear the public’s views.


The recent general election has delayed the Home Office funding announcement so the PCC is assuming an increase of 4% to the policing precept, which will potentially raise a Band D bill by 70p a month.


The PCC is asking whether the public supports his proposals and explains why the increase is necessary.





Tim Passmore said, “Since becoming PCC in 2012, each year I have had to make difficult decisions about the policing budget and how much I will ask you, as a Suffolk taxpayer, to pay towards the policing element of your council tax.

“Unfortunately, the timing of the recent General Election has meant that the normal cycle of funding announcements from central government was delayed. This leaves both myself and the Chief Constable in the difficult position of currently not knowing how much central funding we will receive, or what limits might be imposed on any increase in the policing element of council tax.


“This makes it very difficult to consult on a specific budget proposal, so I’m basing this year’s survey on an assumption of a 4% precept increase which is an additional 70p a month for a Band D property.”


This additional resource from a precept increase will allow the Chief Constable to improve the standards of police investigations to bring more offenders to justice and enhance Suffolk Constabulary’s capacity and capability regarding pro-active policing to tackle serious and organised crime, county lines and knife crime. A new commercial vehicle unit will make Suffolk’s roads safer and free flowing and additional officers and staff will enhance the Constabulary’s ability to prevent crime happening in the first place. More detail on the proposed areas of investment is available here.


If Government limits the precept increase to 3% (53p a month for Band D), these plans will have to be adapted accordingly. Details will be updated on the PCC website as they become available www.suffolk-pcc.gov.uk.


The PCC will present his proposal to increase the policing element of the council tax to the Police and Crime Panel on January 31st for their approval. The papers for this meeting will be published five days before on Suffolk County Council’s website, www.suffolk.gov.uk.


To find out what this could mean to households across all of the council tax bands please click here.

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7 November 2019

As we come into November you will see that Suffolk County Council's #WinterReady campaign has launched this week.

To  get yourselves geared up and ready for winter you can find tips on their website at: http://www.suffolk.gov.uk/about/winter-ready/

If you require information on winter grit bins, including the refilling and the community involvement in gritting, please go to the following site: https://www.suffolk.gov.uk/roads-and-transport/highway-maintenance/salting-gritting-and-clearing-snow/#tab3

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