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Preliminary Environmental Information Report

Figures

 

Contents page – PEIR Volume 2 – Figures >

Alternatives

Figure 2.1 – Kings Pond Deviation area >

Figure 2.2 – Portsea Island Deviation Area 1 >

Figure 2.3 – Portsea Island Deviation Area 2 >

Figure 2.4 – Milton Common_Busy Portsmouth Area Alternatives >

 

Proposed Development

Figure 3.1 – UK Marine Cable Corridor >

Figure 3.2 – Onshore Site Boundary UK >

Figure 3.3 – UK Landfall >

Figure 3.4 – Shallow Geology >

Figure 3.5 – Indicative Seabed Preparation >

Figure 3.6 – UK Mobile Sediment >

Figure 3.7 – Atlantic Cable Crossing >

Figure 3.8 – Cable Crossing Details >

Figure 3.9 – UK Onshore Site Boundary Sections >

Figure 3.10 – Converter Station Area General Arrangement Plan >

Figure 3.11 – Typical cross-section of AC cable installation >

Figure 3.12 – Typical cross-section of DC cable installation along roads >

Figure 3.13 – Environmental Constraints Plan >

 

Physical Processes

Figure 6.1 Model Inspection Point Locations >

 

Marine Water and Sediment Quality

Figure 7.1 Study Area >

 

Intertidal and Benthic Ecology

Figure 8.1 Study Area >

Figure 8.2 Protected Areas (MCZ, Ramsar & SAC) >

Figure 8.3 Protected Areas (SSSI) >

Figure 8.4 Water Framework Directive (WFD) Study Area >

Figure 8.5 Sediment Shore Station Locations and Habitats >

Figure 8.6 High Level Benthic Habitats in the Vicinity of the Proposed Development >

Figure 8.7 Benthic Sampling Stations in UK Waters >

Figure 8.8 Habitats Identified During the Benthic Baseline Survey >

 

Fish and Shellfish

Figure 9.1 Study Area >

Figure 9.2 ICES Rectangles, ICES Division VIId and IFCA Districts >

Figure 9.3 Spawning Grounds in the Vicinity of the Marine Cable Corridor >

Figure 9.4 Spawning and Nursery Grounds in the Vicinity of the Marine Cable Corridor >

Figure 9.5 Black Bream Spawning Grounds >

Figure 9.6 Designated Sites >

 

Marine Ornithlogy

Figure 11.1 Marine Ornithology – SPA and Ramsar Sites >

Figure 11.2 Marine Ornithology – SSSI Sites >

 

Commercial Fisheries

Figure 12.1 Study Area >

Figure 12.2 Historic Fishing Rights >

Figure 12.3 Southern and Sussex IFCA Districts >

Figure 12.4 UK Surveillance Sightings by Nationality (2011-2015) >

Figure 12.5 Average UK Landings by Vessel Length (2012 to 2016; MMO, 2018) >

Figure 12.6 Average UK Landings Values by Method (2012 to 2016; MMO, 2018) >

Figure 12.7 Average UK Landings Values by Species (2012 to 2016; MMO, 2018) >

Figure 12.8 Surveillance Sightings by Method (2011-2015) for Inshore Waters >

Figure 12.9 Fisheries in The Solent based on Consultation with Southern IFCA >

Figure 12.10 Fishing Grounds_Fisherman specific maps >

Figure 12.11 Cuttlefish Trapping, Netting, and Longlining Grounds, based on Consultation with UK Local Fishermen >

Figure 12.12 Average VMS Values (£) of UK Vessels Operating Dredges (2012 to 2016; MMO, 2018) >

Figure 12.13 Average VMS values (£) of UK Vessels Operating Dredges at the National Scale (2012 to 2016; MMO, 2018) >

Figure 12.14 Average VMS Values (£) of UK Vessels Operating Scottish Seines (2012 to 2016; MMO, 2018) >

Figure 12.15 Average VMS Values (£) of UK Vessels Operating Pelagic Trawl (2012 to 2016; MMO, 2018) >

Figure 12.16 Average VMS Values (£) of UK Vessels Operating Beam Trawls (2012 to 2016; MMO, 2018) 

Figure 12.17 Fishing Density (Number of Vessels) of French Scallop Dredgers in January to April 2014 (CRPMEM, 2018) >

Figure 12.18 Fishing Density (Number of Vessels) of French Scallop Dredgers in October to December 2014 (CRPMEM, 2018) >

Figure 12.19 Fishing Density (Number of Vessels) of French Demersal Trawlers in January to April 2014 (CRPMEM, 2018 >

Figure 12.20 Fishing Density (Number of Vessels) of French Demersal Trawlers in May to August 2014 (CRPMEM, 2018) >

Figure 12.21 Fishing Density (Number of Vessels) of French Demersal Trawlers in September to December 2014 (CRPMEM, 2018) >

Figure 12.22 Fishing Density (Number of Vessels) of French Pelagic Trawlers in January, February, July and August 2014 (CRPMEM, 2018) >

Figure 12.23 Fishing Density (Number of Vessels) of French Pelagic in September to December 2014 (CRPMEM, 2018)>

Figure 12.24 Average Belgian Landings Values by Vessel Length (2012 to 2014; ILVO, 2016) >

Figure 12.25 Average Belgian Landings Values (€) by Fishing Method (ILVO, 2010 to 2014; ILVO, 2016) >

Figure 12.26 Average Belgian Landings Values (€) by Species (ILVO, 2010 to 2014; ILVO, 2016) >

Figure 12.27 Average VMS Value (€) by Belgian Vessels Operating Beam Trawls (2010 to 2014; ILVO, 2016) >

Figure 12.28 Average VMS Value (€) by Belgian Vessels Operating Demersal Trawls (2010 to 2014; ILVO, 2016) >

Figure 12.29 Average VMS Value (€) by Belgian Vessels Operating Seine Nets (2010 to 2014; ILVO, 2016) >

Figure 12.30 Average VMS Value (€) by Belgian Vessels Operating Dredges (2010 to 2014; ILVO, 2016) >

Figure 12.31 Average Landings Values (€) by Dutch Vessels by Method (2013-2017; IMARES, 2018) >

Figure 12.32 Average Landings Values by (€) by Dutch Vessels by Species (2013-2017; IMARES, 2018) >

Figure 12.33 Average VMS Value (€) by Dutch Vessels Operating SeineNets (2013-2017; IMARES, 2018) >

Figure 12.34 Average VMS Value (€) by Dutch Vessels Operating Pelagic Trawls (2013-2017; IMARES, 2018) >

 

Shipping, Navigation and Other Marine Users

Figure 13.1 Detailed Overview of Ports >

Figure 13.2 General Overview of Navigational Features >

Figure 13.3 MAIB Data (2005-2014) >

Figure 13.4 RNLI Data (2005-2014) >

Figure 13.5 Summer Vessel Type >

Figure 13.6 Winter Vessel Type >

Figure 13.7 Summer Vessel Density >

Figure 13.8 Winter Vessel Density >

Figure 13.9 Anchored Vessels >

Figure 13.10 Dredging Activity >

Figure 13.11 Fishing Gear Types >

Figure 13.12 Recreational AIS >

Figure 13.13 RYA Coastal Atlas Data >

Figure 13.14 Detailed Summer Vessel Type >

 

Marine Archaeology

Figure 14.1 Location of AQUIND Interconnector >

Figure 14.2 Seabed Feature of Archaeological Potential 70184 >

Figure 14.3 Seabed Feature of Archaeological Potential 70193 >

Figure 14.4 Seabed Feature of Archaeological Potential 70204 >

Figure 14.5 Seabed Feature of Archaeological Potential 70018 >

Figure 14.6 Data Examples of Ferrous Seabed Features >

Figure 14.7 Data Examples of Ferrous Seabed Features >

 

Landscape and Visual Amenity

Figure 15.1 – LV Study Area >

Figure 15.2 – LV Detailed Study Area >

Figure 15.3 – Landscape Character Areas >

Figure 15.4 – Local LCA

Figure 15.5 – Topography >

Figure 15.6 – Landscape Planning Designations >

Figure 15.7 – Recreational & Transport Routes >

Figure 15.8 – Residential Properties & Settlements >

Figure 15.9 – Landscape Mitigation Plan >

Figure 15.10 – ZTV 8km Bare Earth Scenario >

Figure 15.11 – ZTV 8km Baseline at 10 Years >

Figure 15.12 – ZTV 8km Baseline at 20 Years >

Figure 15.13 – ZTV 3km Baseline >

Figure 15.14 – ZTV 3km Baseline at 10 Years >

Figure 15.15 – ZTV 3km Baseline at 20 Years >

Figure 15.16 – Viewpoint Location Plan >

Figure 15.17 to 15.39 – Wirelines and Photomontages >

 

Onshore Ecology

Figure 16.1 – Survey Area >

Figure 16.2 – Statutory Designated Sites >

Figure 16.3 – Non Statutory Designated Sites >

Figure 16.4 – SWBGS Sites >

 

Soils and Agricultural Land Use

Figure 17.1 – Agricultural Land Classification Plan >

 

Ground Conditions

Figure 18.1 – Constraints Map1 >

Figure 18.2 – Constraints Map2 >

Figure 18.3 – Constraints Map3 >

Figure 18.4 – Constraints Map4 >

Figure 18.5 – Constraints Map5 >

 

Water Resource and Flood Risk

Figure 19.1 – Bedrock Geo Karst Zones >

Figure 19.2 – Superficial Geology >

Figure 19.3 – LiDAR >

Figure 19.4 – Source Protection Zones >

Figure 19.5 – Watercourses >

Figure 19.6 – Flood Map >

Figure 19.7 – Surface Water Flood Risk >

Figure 19.8 – Reservoir Flood Risk >

Figure 19.9 – History Of Flooding >

Figure 19.10 – WFD Surface Water Catchments >

Figure 19.11 – WFD Groundwater Catchments >

 

Heritage and Archaeology

Figure 20.1a – HER (Converter Station) >

Figure 20.1b – HER (PCR) >

Figure 20.1c – HER (PCR & Landfall) >

Figure 20.2 – Zone of Theoretical Visibility >

Figure 20.3 – Ordnance Survey Map 1810 Study Corridor >

Figure 20.4 – Ordnance Survey Map 1866 Eastney Landfall >

Figure 20.5 – Ordnance Survey Map 1867-75 Converter Station >

Figure 20.6a – Ordnance Survey Map 1870-71 (1) >

Figure 20.6b – Ordnance Survey Map 1870-71 (2) >

Figure 20.6c – Ordnance Survey Map 1870-71 (3) >

Figure 20.6d – Ordnance Survey Map 1870-71 (4) >

Figure 20.6e – Ordnance Survey Map 1870-71 (5) >

Figure 20.6f – Ordnance Survey Map 1870-71 (6) >

Figure 20.7 – Generalised Geology Map >

 

Traffic and Transport

Figure 21.1 – Study Area >

Figure 21.2 – Traffic Survey Locations >

Figure 21.3 – Construction Traffic Route >

Figure 21.4a – Draft Traffic Management Proposals Sections 1-3 >

Figure 21.4b – Draft Traffic Management Proposals Sections 3-4 >

Figure 21.4c – Draft Traffic Management Proposals Section 4 >

Figure 21.4d – Draft Traffic Management Proposals Sections 4-7 >

Figure 21.4e – Draft Traffic Management Proposals Section 7 >

Figure 21.4f – Draft Traffic Management Proposals Sections 7-10 >

Figure 21.5a – Baseline Environment Section 1 >

Figure 21.5b – Baseline Environment Sections 2-4 >

Figure 21.5c – Baseline Environment Sections 4-7 >

Figure 21.5d – Baseline Environment Sections 7-10 >

Figure 21.6 – Sensitivity of Links >

Figure 21.7 – Traffic Accident Locations >

Figure 21.8 – Links Included in Detailed Assessment >

 

Noise and Vibration

Figure 23.1 – Noise Survey Locations and Sensitive Receptors >

Figure 23.2 – Predicted Noise Levels >

 

Socio-economics

Figure 24.1 – Public Rights of Way >

 

Cumulative Effects

Figure 28.1 – Committed Developments >

 

Main Text >

Technical Appendices >