1. Offshore Environmental Statement

    This Environmental Statement (ES) has been prepared by Inch Cape Offshore Limited (ICOL) to accompany an application under Section 36 of the Electricity Act 1989 to Scottish Ministers (through Marine Scotland) to construct and operate the Inch Cape Offshore Wind Farm which will be located approximately 15 to 22 kilometres (km) to the east of the Angus coastline in Scotland. The Wind Farm has a grid connection agreement for 1,050 Megawatts (MW) and will include up to 213 wind turbines together with associated interconnecting cabling works.

  2. Offshore Environmental Statement: Non Technical Summary

    The purpose of this Non-Technical Summary (NTS) is to summarise the findings of the Environmental Impact Assessment and other key information contained in the Environmental Statement. In this NTS, reference is made to the Development Area which is the offshore area within which the wind turbines, Offshore Substation Platforms and interconnecting cables will be located and to the Offshore Export Cable Corridor which is area between the Development Area and the point where the export cables will reach the coastline (the landfall) in which the Export Cables will be located.

  3. Offshore Planning and Policy Statement

    This planning and policy statement has been prepared to support the applications for a proposed Offshore Wind Farm at Inch Cape and associated Offshore Transmission Works. It includes a description of the legislation, policy and guidance which are relevant to Marine Scotland's determination of the applications.

  4. Offshore Scoping Report

    The scoping report is intended to solicit the opinion of statutory and non-statutory consultees on the scope of the Environmental Impact Assessment which will be submitted to support the application for the consents required for the development of the wind farm, inter-array cabling and associated offshore infrastructure.

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