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MORAY EAST OFFSHORE WINDFARM (EAST) LIMITED
MORAY EAST OFFSHORE WINDFARM (EAST) LIMITED
Published: 30 April 2020
MORAY EAST OFFSHORE WINDFARM (EAST) LIMITED – THE ENERGY ACT 2004
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR SAFETY ZONE SCHEME DURING CONSTRUCTION AND MAJOR MAINTENANCE OF THE MORAY EAST OFFSHORE WIND FARM
THE ELECTRICITY (OFFSHORE GENERATING STATIONS) (SAFETY ZONES) (APPLICATION PROCEDURES AND CONTROL OF ACCESS) REGULATIONS 2007 – STATUTORY INSTRUMENT 2007 no 1948
Notice is hereby given that Moray East Offshore Windfarm (East) Limited (Moray East) (Company Number 07101438, Registered Office at C/O Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP, Condor House, 10 St. Paul's Churchyard, London, EC4M 8AL) has applied for consent from Marine Scotland as set out in the Energy Act 2004 and the Electricity (Offshore Generating Stations) (Safety Zones) (Application Procedures and Control of Access) Regulations 2007 (SI No 2007/1948) for safety zones for the previously consented Offshore Renewable Energy Installation known as the Moray East Offshore Wind Farm.
Moray East is applying for ‘rolling’ 500 metre (m) safety zones around each structure (Wind Turbine Generator or Offshore Substation Platform) and/or their foundations whilst construction works are in progress (as indicated by the presence of a construction vessel). It is noted that such safety zones have already been granted as part of a prior application, however Moray East are seeking an amendment to the number of 500m construction safety zones that can be concurrently active. Full details are available in the safety zone application document (download links / access details provided below), noting that no amendments to the other types of safety zones previously applied for and subsequently granted are included within the new application.
The safety zone application is available to download on the Moray East website ([https://www.morayeast.com/current-works/offshore-works]) / published on the Marine Scotland website http://marine.gov.scot/ml/safety-zones-moray-east-offshore-wind-farm-outer-moray-firth. Any person wishing to make representation regarding the application should do so in writing to the Scottish Ministers, c/o Marine Scotland – Licensing Operations Team, Marine Laboratory, PO Box 101, Victoria Road, Aberdeen, AB11 9DB or MS.MarineRenewables@gov.scot stating the name of the proposal and nature of their representation, not later than 28 days from the date, or latest date of this notice.
Fair Processing Notice
The Scottish Government’s Marine Scotland Licensing Operations Team (MS-LOT) determine applications for marine license under the Marine (Scotland) Act 2010, the Marine and Coastal Act 2009 and Section 36 consents under the Electricity Act 1989 (as amended). During the consultation process any person having an interest in the outcome of the application may make a representation to MS-LOT. The representation may contain personal information, for example a name or address. This representation will only be used for the purpose of determining an application and will be stored securely in the Scottish Government’s official corporate record. Representations will be shared with the applicant and/or agent acting on the behalf of the applicant, any people or organisations that we consult in relation to the application, the Directorate of Planning and Environmental Appeals should the Scottish Ministers call a PLI and, where necessary, be published online, however personal information will be removed before sharing or publishing.
A full privacy notice can be found at https://www2.gov.scot/Topics/marine/Licensing/marine/PrivacyNotice. If you are unable to access this, or you have any queries or concerns about how your personal information will be handled, contact MS-LOT at firstname.lastname@example.org or Marine Scotland - Licensing Operations Team, Marine Laboratory, 375 Victoria Road, Aberdeen, AB11 9DB.
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