Connah's Quay Public Consultation Event
As part of our ongoing commitment to consultation we are holding a second consultation event at which we’ll present our latest proposals. Since our last event National Grid and SP Transmission along with specialist designers and consultants have been developing more detailed proposals in advance of submitting a planning application. At this event we will explain our design process and the proposals for Connah's Quay Converter Station .
Your views are important to us. We feel that it is vital for members of the local community to be able to view and comment upon our proposals. We want residents and businesses close to our proposed work, and those with an interest in the areas where we are planning to work, to help us to shape the scheme, ensuring that any concerns you may have can be resolved during the planning process.
To explain the proposed plan, answer your questions and listen to any thoughts or concerns you may have we will be holding a drop-in public consultation event:
Tuesday 12th July
Town Council Offices, Quay Building, Fron Road, Connah’s Quay,
Flintshire, CH5 4PJ, 2pm- 8pm
If you have any comments or questions about the plans please direct them to SP Transmission and National Grid Community Relations team on Freephone: 0800 0304137 or email@example.com before July 29th.
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