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Introduction Background


This Outline Code of Construction Practice (OCoCP) relates to the proposed East Anglia ONE (EA ONE) wind farm project and associated infrastructure.


The OCoCP forms part of a set of documents that supports the Development Consent Order (DCO) by East Anglia ONE Limited (EAOL) to the Planning Inspectorate (PINs) for authority to construct and operate the EA ONE wind farm.


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A final detailed Code of Construction Practice (CoCP) will be produced prior to construction of the wind farm, and will be in line with this OCoCP. Both the OCoCP and the CoCP secured by Requirement 27 of the draft DCO, which states:


Code of Construction Practice


27.—(1) No stage of the connection works shall be commenced until a code of construction practice has for that stage been submitted to and approved in writing by the relevant local planning authority, in consultation with the relevant highway authority. The code of construction practice shall cover all the matters set out in the outline code of construction practice.


(2) The code of construction practice shall include— (a) a surface water and drainage management plan;


(b) watercourse crossing method statements; (c) a flood plan; (d) a written scheme for noise and vibration management during construction; (e) an air quality monitoring plan; (f) artificial light emissions plan; (g) a site waste management plan; (h) a pollution prevention and emergency incident response plan; and (i) a project community and public relations procedure.


Outline Code of Construction Practice. Version 3.


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