About this feedback form

Thank you for your interest in the Norfolk Vanguard offshore wind project - a 1.8GW project, that could power 1.3million UK homes. This is a chance for you to get involved in shaping this project. We'd love to hear from you on what's important to you as we begin to design the project. There's also a chance for you to tell us what you think the project could or should bring to the region.

What's covered:

·         Vattenfall – who we are
·         Norfolk Vanguard
·         Why we need renewable energy
·         How an offshore wind farm works
·         The Development Consent Order process
·         The purpose of an Environmental Impact Assessment
·         Offshore – what we consider
·         Onshore works – the site selection process
·         Finding the best locations for necessary works and infrastructure
·         Land surveys and landowner contact
·         Bringing value and opportunities to the area
·         How have you found today

Inform our early decisions

Whilst our thinking is at an early stage, some decisions will happen following this first phase of feedback from you and technical stakeholders. Please take this opportunity to raise questions, provide information you think we need to consider and share any concerns with us.



* 2. Had you heard about Vattenfall previously


* 3. To what extent do you agree or disagree that it is important to develop the southern North Sea, to grow industries like renewable energy that bring local and national benefits?


* 4. How concerned are you about (tick one box for each statement):

  Very concerned Quite concerned Fairly concerned Not concerned Don't know
The effect of climate change/global warming on your life
The effect of climate change / global warming on the lives of the next generation

* 5. To what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following statements?  (tick one box for each statement)

  Strongly agree Tend to agree Neither agree nor disagree Tend to disagree Strongly disagree Don't know
Developing renewable sources of energy is important in tackling climate change
Developing home-grown, affordable renewable energy is important to reduce our dependence on imported energy
Placing Norfolk at the heart of the UK’s transition to a low-carbon economy is important for Norfolk and East Anglia