Consultation

Forewind has produced a Statement of Community Consultation (SoCC) specifically for Dogger Bank Teesside A&B on how it will consult with the local community including residents living within a specified distance of the project, the general public, community groups, local businesses, technical consultees and land owners, as well as others who work in or use the area, both offshore and onshore.

Consultation on Dogger Bank Teesside A & B will be carried out in two formal phases.

Phase One (May-June 2012)

This consultation phase covered both Dogger Bank Teesside A & B and Dogger Bank Teesside C & D under the umbrella of "Dogger Bank Teesside". The Preliminary Environmental Information 1 documents and other consultation materials are available to download here.

Phase Two (4 November to 20 December 2013)

This consultation phase is now complete and responses will be incorporated where possible into the final development consent order application to be submitted to the Planning Inspectorate in Q2 2014. The consultation materials can still be viewed here - Preliminary Environmental Information  - and they include drafts of the Environmental Statement (ES), Non–Technical Summary, and plans and maps detailing the nature and location of Dogger Bank Teesside A & B.

You can also refer to the Stakeholder Engagement Plan and Fisheries Liaison Plan for details of Forewind’s approach to consultation.

Teesside Events

Three events were held in November 2013 in conjunction with the second and final phase of pre-application consultation for Dogger Bank Teesside A&B. The events were held at three venues in Redcar and Lazenby and almost 100 visitors attended to find out more about the proposed development and feed in their views.

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