Our spectacular coastline, our heritage, a unique marine habitat, will be ruined by this as well as the onshore work and the construction of a gigantic substation at Alverdiscott. No amount of money can compensate the devastation this will cause. If Torridge District Council and North Devon Council do support the recommendations to approve this scheme, then they would be seen to be grabbing their 30 pieces of silver to sell out the coastal and maritime heritage of everybody in northern Devon."
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