Following an initial round of consultation in January 2018, AQUIND recently undertook statutory consultation on its proposals for AQUIND Interconnector between Wednesday 27 February 2019 and Monday 29 April 2019.
The purpose of this consultation was to seek informed feedback on the proposal which may be taken into account as it is further developed prior to the submission of an application for a Development Consent Order (DCO) that would seek the permissions and powers required to build and operate AQUIND Interconnector in the UK.
The consultation documents from the consultation are available to view below. Please note the deadline for submitting feedback has now passed.
If you would like to get in touch to discuss the proposals, please contact the project team using the details provided.
View the Consultation Materials
Please click the links below to view and download the consultation materials.
- Consultation Document >
- Consultation Newsletter >
- Preliminary Environmental Information Report (PEIR) >
- Non-Technical Summary (NTS) of the Preliminary Environmental Information Report >
- Statement of Community Consultation (SoCC) >
- Red Line Boundary (RLB) overview >
- Red Line Boundary (RLB) sections >
- Section 48 notice >
- Section 47 notice >
- Exhibition Boards >
- Feedback Form >
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