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Community consultations across Norfolk for proposed Hornsea Project Three windfarm underground cable plans

PUBLISHED: 16:47 15 February 2017 | UPDATED: 16:47 15 February 2017

One of DONG Energy''s windfarms. Pic: DONG Energy A/S.

One of DONG Energy''s windfarms. Pic: DONG Energy A/S.

DONG Energy

Norfolk residents will be able to view the latest plans for a major project to bury miles of underground cables for a proposed windfarm.

DONG Energy is considering running cables, which would connect its huge Hornsea Project Three scheme off the north Norfolk coast to the national grid, through parts of north Norfolk, Broadland and south Norfolk.

As part of the community consultation project DONG Energy is holding public events next month at:

■Reepham Town Hall, Church Street, on Thursday, March 2, 1.30pm-5.30pm.

■Weybourne Village Hall, Beach Lane, on Friday, March 3, 3pm-7pm.

■The King’s Centre, King Street, Norwich, on Monday, March 6, 1pm-5pm.

■Hall for All, Church Street, Weston Longville, on Tuesday, March 7, 3pm-7pm.

■Corpusty and Saxthorpe Village Hall, Heydon Road, Corpusty, on Wednesday, March 8, 3pm-7pm.

■Holt Community Centre, Kerridge Way, on Thursday, March 9, 4pm-8pm.

■Swardeston Social Club and Village Hall on Friday, March 10, 2pm-6pm.

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