About this projectDogger Bank Creyke Beck (previously known as Dogger Bank Offshore Wind Farm) is the first stage of Forewind’s offshore wind energy development of the Dogger Bank Zone (Zone 3, Round 3). It will comprise two wind farms, each with an installed capacity of up to 1.2GW, which are expected to connect to the national grid in the East Riding of Yorkshire. Therefore, Dogger Bank Creyke Beck could have a total installed capacity of up to 2.4GW. The offshore wind farms will be located in the Dogger Bank Zone which is located between 125 to 290km off the coast of East Yorkshire. The onshore elements of the development will be located in the East Riding of Yorkshire.
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The Examining Authority will carry out an initial assessment of the application and representations received and set a date for the preliminary meeting.
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