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communication mechanisms such as posters and parish meetings will be employed to keep local residents informed.


A designated East Anglia ONE local community liaison officer will field and respond to any public concerns, queries or complaints in a professional and diligent manner as set out by a project community and public relations procedure which will be submitted for comment to the Local Authorities.


Parish Councils in the relevant area will be contacted (in writing) in advance of the proposed works and ahead of key milestones. This information will include a timetable of works, a schedule of working hours, the extent of the works, and a contact name, address and telephone number in case of complaint or query. Enquiries will be dealt with in an expedient and courteous manner. All complaints will be logged, investigated and, where appropriate, rectifying action will be taken

1.3 7 General

Access to the Development Area would be via the Construction Consolidation Sites (CCSs) and Horizontal Directional Drill (HDD) sites located along the Onshore Cable Route. These would be accessed from the existing highways network.


This AMP identifies the location and extent of the highway frontage from which access arrangements for each CCS would be made. Prior to construction, detailed layouts for each CCS would be confirmed by the Principle Contractor and agreed with the Highway Authority.


Draft outline drawings illustrating the extent of the highway frontage along which the access point for each CCS would be located are provided within Appendix 1, Figures 1.01-1.09, as listed in Table 1 below. These figures include details of the visibility splays available over the extent of the highway frontage. The Post- Submission Report 1 and Supplementary Environmental Information Report clarified a worst case scenario for removal of vegetation to facilitate visibility at CCS accesses. In practice, removal of trees and hedgerows would be unlikely to be the first option for vegetation clearance, and alternatives such as hedgerows coppicing would be considered.

If these measures were insufficient, traffic management

measures would also be proposed to ensure safety of access e.g. use of banksmen and or temporary traffic lights.


The layout for each individual CCS access onto the public highway should be designed for the current level of traffic flows along the CCS frontage, as agreed with the relevant highway authority taking into account traffic flows from other committed developments, and the predicted level of turning movements and sizes of vehicles

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