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White Cross Offshore Windfarm Public Consultation

Consultation open: 21st May – 11th June 2024
The public consultation on the White Cross Offshore Windfarm is open from 21st May to 11th June 2024. Three public consultation events are taking place on Tuesday 21st May and Wednesday 22nd May 2024.


The consultation events are an opportunity for the local community to find out more about the project, meet the team and provide feedback. There will be a series of display boards with information about the project, the timelines, managing traffic and the environment.

Copies of the display boards are available to download below:

Project overview – Community event panels

The three drop-in sessions will be held at:

  • Tuesday 21st May 2024, 11am to 4pm at Braunton Parish Hall, 5 Chaloners Rd, Braunton EX33 2ES
  • Tuesday 21st May 2024, 6pm to 8pm at Isaac Hall, Braunton Academy, Barton Ln, Braunton EX33 2BP
  • Wednesday 22nd May 2024, 11am to 6:30pm at North Devon Cricket Club, The Pavilion Sandhills, Bideford EX39 4LF

We consulted local people and statutory bodies on the plans in 2023. After listening to their advice and feedback, we are providing additional information about the proposals which you can find at our drop-in events above or read here.

Once you have read the information you can give us feedback in the form below, email us at feedback@whitecrossoffshorewind.com or by writing to us at PO Box 359, Saltash PL12 9AS

Feedback form




    How did you hear about us?

    To what extent do you agree or disagree with the White Cross Windfarm onshore proposals?

    Frequent asked questions about the consultation

    How do I provide feedback?

    We will open the consultation on Tuesday 21st May 2024 which will run until 11th June 2024. On the first day we will publish materials, previously unreleased, detailing our revised plans for the White Cross Offshore Windfarm.

    There will be a feedback form, or if you prefer you will be able to email us. Those without access to the website will be able to write their submissions.

    How are you telling people about this consultation?

    We have press advertisements in local newspapers, leaflets are being distributed to households close to the proposed works and we are advertising digitally on relevant media too.

    What is the purpose of this consultation?

    Following the formal consultation in October 2023, through North Devon Council, we have listened carefully to all the views of residents and have revised, updated and improved our plans.

     

    Through this consultation we want to present these updated plans and listen to the views and feedback on our proposals from all those that might be impacted by the installation of the cable.