After eight exhibitions across Dorset and Hampshire, our team is happy with progress. Over two weeks in early February we met nearly 2,000 people, answering their questions and showing how our plans have chan
Members of the public are invited to attend a series of informal drop-in surgeries to talk to the Navitus Bay team about its proposals for an offshore wind park.
Mariners are advised that:
Please be advised that Osiris Projects will be carrying out marine survey operations, on behalf of Navitus Bay Development Ltd, on the export cable routes for the proposed Navitus Bay offshore wind
Today saw some of the coldest sea temperatures of the year at a chilling 6 degrees, but for Anna Wardley it is all part of the training.
From the 1st February, members of the public are being given an opportunity to view and comment on the latest plans for the proposed wind park off the Dorset coast. Navitus Bay Development Limited (Navitus Bay) has said throughout that it is committed to hearing the views of the local community and so far has talked to over 2,000 members of the public during its two previous phases of consultation. As a result of the feedback received, it recently announced plans to move the development further out to sea and make it smaller in scale.
Navitus Bay has today (Monday 17th December 2012) invited Danni Cain to the project team’s design agency studio, Michon Design, to see how her winning design is contributing to the company’s new and distinctive brand identity.
As a direct result of discussions with statutory consultees and local communities, Navitus Bay has today announced a significant reduction to its proposed wind park in Poole Bay.
Navitus Bay Development Limited (Navitus Bay), the joint venture behind the proposed Navitus Bay Wind Park, has today announced that it has decided to reschedule the third round of public consultation on the project until February 2013.
This summary report relates to the Non-Technical Summary of the second edition of the Navitus Bay Wind Park Preliminary Environmental Information (PEI2).
Second edition of the Navitus Bay Wind Park Preliminary Environmental Information (PEI2).
Navitus Bay Development Limited is offering local businesses the chance to attend a series of free workshops and presentations to provide information on the supply chain for the proposed offshore wind park.
The marine license application for a meteorological mast to be erected close to the proposed Navitus Bay Wind Park development area has been approved by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO). The meteorological mast will collect reliable and representative wind data, which will be used to inform the design of the wind park and provide estimates of the energy it could produce.
Navitus Bay has today revealed the location for the onshore underground cable route that would transfer the power generated offshore from the proposed Navitus Bay Wind Park into the national grid, providing clean energy for up to 820,000 homes across the UK.
Map showing the proposed landfall point for the the cable route at Taddiford Gap, between Barton-on-Sea and Milford-on-Sea.
The competition to create a new logo for Navitus Bay has been won by Danni Cain from New Milton. Danni attends the Arts University College in Bournemouth.
Presentation made by Navitus Bay team members at the sailing, yachting and racing club meetings held across the south coast during late April and early May.
On 26 April 2012, a 50-50 joint venture has been formed between Eneco Wind UK Ltd (Eneco) and EDF Energy to hold the exclusive development rights to the Navitus Bay Offshore Wind Project, which is part of The Crown Estate Round 3 Offshore Wind Programme.
A reminder that the deadline for consultation responses for the first stage of formal consultation on the proposed Navitus Bay Wind Park is April 17th.
The deadline for entries for a logo competition, which is looking for a visual identity for Navitus Bay, is only 10 days away.