June’s packed Community Newsletter is here

June’s information.packed Community Newsletter is here. This latest editions contains lots of information about The Community Fund, Public Information Days starting on 26 June and project updates as we prepare to start onshore  construction. Thousands of copies have been landing with homes along the onshore cable route and around the landfall and onshore substation. Look […]

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Ground Works and Surveys Update

Ground investigation works are continuing at a number of locations across the onshore Electrical System over the coming month, with our contractors set to undertake borehole and some minor trial trenching surveys. The surveys are taking place along the Triton Knoll permanent access track starting from the A17 access and working towards the Triton Knoll […]

Latest Community Newsletter is online now

In case you missed it, the latest Triton Knoll Community Newsletter, which has been circulated to over 8000 local homes, is also available to view online from our website. This latest edition informs about the Community Fund consultation exercise and invites you to take part. For online visitors to Triton Knoll, you can also take […]

Latest Community Newsletter now online

The latest Triton Knoll Community Newsletter is now available to view and download, bringing you all the latest news and information surrounding the development of the wind farm. Amongst the topics featured in this edition, are the forthcoming Archaeological Trial Trenching campaign (not to be mistaken for the start of construction works, which won’t happen […]

New look community newsletter out now

Homes neighbouring Triton Knoll’s Electrical System can now get the most up-to-date project news thanks to the wind farm’s latest Community Newsletter. It’s a fresh, new design, and is the first to be issued since the offshore wind farm project was granted consent for its Electrical System in September 2016. As a result, the latest […]

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June 2015 Newsletter Correction

Please note that on page 5 of the newsletter distributed in early June 2015 it states ‘Triton Knoll is an offshore wind farm being proposed for a location 11km off the east coast of England.’ Please note this is an error and the actual location of the offshore wind farm is 20 miles off the […]