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Following the public information event we hosted in Grain in November 2018, this further consultation on proposals for the Neuconnect Interconnector will run until Monday 8th July 2019.
Following this consultation, NeuConnect will consider all feedback submitted and will, where possible, make alterations to the proposals based upon the comments received, before submitting a planning application to Medway Council.
The siting and orientation of the converter station has been selected taking into consideration the best ‘fit’ in to the existing landscape. This includes being farthest away from the residences in Grain village and orientated so that the larger massing of buildings is also located further south.
The onshore cable will run from the converter station to the landfall, a distance of approximately 2km. This cable route has been selected to limit the disturbance of the installation process.
A landfall location is required to bring the high voltage subsea cables ashore. It is proposed that the GB landfall will be located on the north coastline of the Isle of Grain.
NeuConnect will work closely with Medway Council to establish a Construction Management Plan, which will help mitigate the impact of construction traffic and set out best practice in terms of acceptable operating hours in order to minimise any disruption to local residents.
NeuConnect is currently undertaking an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) to help inform the design and define measures to help protect the environment and surrounding community.
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