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  • Westermost Rough Wind Farm construction update
    The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) is awaiting the noise and monitoring report for monitoring activities explained below. Dong Energy iand the East Riding of Yorkshire Council are analysing data collected by recent monitoring activities. MMO expects to receive a draft monitoring report from Dong Energy next week. Dong Energy has published a non-technical summary regarding the noise and vibration monitoring report on their Humber Region webpages. For further information, Dong Energy’s helpline number is 0800 1114478.The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) has today (7 April) held meetings with both the wind farm developer Dong Energy and East Riding of Yorkshire Council (ERYC). These discussions included a review of the initial evidence gathered from monitoring activities. MMO provided an update about this on 21 March. While some evidence of noise has been identified, this evidence is inconclusive and not robust enough for the MMO to make decisions relating to the construction of the wind farm.
  • Westermost Rough Wind Farm construction update
    The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) has today (7 April) held meetings with both the wind farm developer Dong Energy and East Riding of Yorkshire Council (ERYC). These discussions included a review of the initial evidence gathered from monitoring activities. MMO provided an update about this on 21 March. While some evidence of noise has been identified, this evidence is inconclusive and not robust enough for the MMO to make decisions relating to the construction of the wind farm.
  • Changes to marine licensing processes from 6 April
    A number of changes come into to effect from 6 April 2014 affecting applications for developments at sea. The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) is responsible for regulating depositing or removal of substances or objects from the seabed or elsewhere in tidal waters under the Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009. Since MMO vested in 2010 it has continued to develop the licensing process, resulting in a quicker turnaround and less regulatory burden for applicants.
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