The Rampion 2 Formal Public Consultation was held from 14 July to 16 September 2021. We also reopened this Consultation from 7 February to 11 April 2022 for people who have become aware of our scheme through receiving our recent letter and leaflet. However, anyone can respond to this reopened consultation opportunity if they wish. If you responded to our previous consultation then your response has been received and you do not need to resubmit it.
The information below was presented during the previous consultation and has not changed.
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Introduction to the Rampion 2 Public Consultation
Overview of Proposals
How The Proposals Were Developed
Offshore Construction Methodologies
Managing Construction Impacts - onshore
Outline Code of Construction
Learning from the original Rampion Offshore Wind Farm
Rampion 2 is an extension of the existing Rampion offshore wind farm. Our experiences in planning and constructing Rampion inform our plans for the extension.
Find out about how the original project was built and the legacy it comes with below.
Rampion 1 Legacy
The original Rampion project committed £4million to a community fund, made up of:
- £3.1 million fund managed by Sussex Community Foundation, for local projects to benefit the Sussex community
- £800,000 invested in the Rampion Visitor Centre located in the refurbished arches on Brighton seafront
- £100,000 donation to local RNLI stations who help save lives at sea
Discover the construction techniques that were used and the key challenges faced during the original Rampion construction. Should consent be awarded, it’s likely that similar construction methodologies will be used for Rampion 2.