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Survey works continue at Triton Knoll

Lincolnshire-based company Allen Archaeology is currently carrying out a series of rapid walkover surveys at selected locations along the route of the Triton Knoll Onshore cable corridor to record any archaeological earthwork features, principally related to any ridge and furrow surviving in areas of pasture.  The survey consists of small teams of two or three […]

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Topographical surveys set to begin at cable route

Triton Knoll’s most recently announced preferred supplier, J Murphy & Sons Ltd (Murphy), is to undertake a series of topographical surveys across the entire length of the onshore cable route, starting shortly. The ground level, visual surveys will enable Murphy, selected to install the entire almost 60kms onshore cable route, to undertake final designs for […]

Archaeological Trial Trenching underway

Triton Knoll started its Archaeological Trial Trenching campaign on Monday, July 31, 2017. If you would like to know more about these investigations, please see our Q&A document which should answer most queries. If you have any further questions or issues you’d like to raise, or would like to know more, please contact us either […]

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Surveys build picture of ground conditions at Triton Knoll

Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm is due to begin a second round of site survey works next week, as it builds a detailed picture of local ground conditions at various locations along the entire 60km cable route. Once underway, the installation of the underground export cable will be a huge engineering project supporting local jobs […]

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Walkover surveys commence at Triton Knoll

Triton Knoll is continuing to progress low impact survey works along the length of its proposed cable route, which runs from the landfall at Anderby Creek, through to Bicker Fen where the power generated by the offshore wind farm will ultimately connect into the national grid network. Due to start on 24 October, up to […]