Phase Two Consultation Feedback Form

Viking Link is a proposed 1400 Mega Watt (MW) high voltage direct current (DC) electricity link between the British and Danish transmission systems connecting at Bicker Fen substation in Lincolnshire and Revsing in southern Jutland, Denmark.

 

In August we confirmed our preferred location for a landfall site adjacent to Sandilands golf course for bringing the submarine cables ashore, and our preferred site for a converter station at North Ing Drove within the parish of Donington.

 

Our next step is to identify the most appropriate route for two underground high voltage DC cables between the landfall and the converter station sites. From Monday 5th September until Friday 14th October 2016 we are consulting on potential cable route corridor options.

 

We are also consulting residents in the vicinity of the preferred converter station site on the proposed design styles for the converter station.

 

Please use this form to give us your comments. Your views are important to us and they will help us to determine the onshore cable route and design of the converter station.

 

The closing date for the consultation is Friday 14th October 2016

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The closing date for the consultation is Friday 14th October 2016.

Your enquiries and comments will be analysed by Copper Consultancy Ltd. on behalf of National Grid Viking Link Ltd. Copies of your feedback may be made available, in due course, to relevant local councils and the Marine Management Organisation so that your comments can be noted. We will, however, request that your personal details are not placed in the public record. Your personal details will be held securely by Copper Consultancy Ltd. and National Grid Viking Link Ltd., in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2000, and will be used solely in connection with the Viking Link consultation and any subsequent planning application and, except as noted above, will not be passed to any third parties.