• Consultation Materials

Following an initial round of consultation in January 2018, AQUIND is now undertaking statutory consultation on its proposals for AQUIND Interconnector between Wednesday 27 February 2019 and Monday 29 April 2019.

The purpose of this consultation is 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 that would seek the permissions and powers required to build and operate AQUIND Interconnector in the UK.

Before submitting feedback, AQUIND would encourage members of the public to review the consultation documents available. You can call us to discuss the proposals with the project team via 01962 893869. Responses to the consultation should be sent in writing to AQUIND by e-mail to aquindconsultation@becg.com or via freepost to ‘AQUIND CONSULTATION’.

Feedback forms, for the provision of responses on the proposals, may be completed online or downloaded below and will be available in hard copy at the public exhibition events and deposit locations during the consultation.

Responses to the consultation should be submitted no later than midnight on Monday 29 April 2019.


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 >


We want to hear your views:

Online Feedback Form >

Standard print Feedback Form >

Large print Feedback Form >


Contact us

If you have any difficulties accessing the consultation documents, or require the documents in an alternative format, please contact the project team via the contact details below.

Copies of the consultation documents may be requested via the contact details above. Where copies of the consultation documents are requested, they can be provided free of charge on a USB Memory Stick. Hard copies of the consultation documents can be provided on request (subject to printing and delivery costs).If you have any questions, please get in touch.

Data Protection

By submitting your personal data as part of the consultation process you are agreeing that BECG can hold and process your personal data in relation to this public consultation exercise. BECG may share personal data with AQUIND Limited and its consultant team for planning evaluation and land referencing purposes only. Copies may also be made available, in due course, to statutory authorities so that your comments can be noted. We will however request that your personal details are not placed on public record. Your identifiable, personal data will not be used for any other purposes without your consent.

BECG, on behalf of AQUIND Limited, will use your data to: • Send you updates about the project (where you provide us with your contact details)• Develop a Consultation Report (or similar document) about this public consultation that will be submitted to the planning authority or similar body; this will be a publicly available document. Your comments will be anonymous, and we will only identify you in these reports with your express permission

If you provide us with your contact details, we might also contact you to ask you more about the comments you’ve made. BECG acts on behalf of AQUIND Limited to run public consultation activities. We hold all personal data in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (EU) 2016/679 and your personal data will not be transferred outside of the European Economic Area.

You can see our full Privacy Statement, Data Protection Policy, Data Retention Policy and find out how to make a Subject Access Request at the following website address becg.com/dp or by contacting us on 01962 893 893 / dataprotection@becg.com.