Have your say
To help us develop our proposals for a substation location we’re asking for your feedback on our early plans.
We are carrying out lots of our own technical and environmental assessments but people living near to the proposals have local knowledge we would really value.
These could include thoughts on:
- Potential environmental or community constraints that could inform our substation location
- Community benefits
- Information that could help us plan for construction
- How we can help support jobs
Meet the team
As part of the consultation we’re holding two public events. These are a great way to meet our team, find out about the project and ask any questions you might have.
On Wednesday 12 October we held a public webinar as part of this consultation. You can watch a recording of this webinar by clicking the link below.
|Wednesday 12 October||6:30pm – 8pm||Recording of online consultation event|
|Fri 14 October||3pm - 7pm||Bodelwyddan Village Hall
Rhyl LL18 5TE
|Sat 15 October||10am - 1pm||Bodelwyddan Village Hall
Rhyl LL18 5TE
How will we use your feedback
Following the conclusion of this consultation, we will analyse the feedback we’ve received, along with conducting further technical impact assessments and design work to develop our proposal.
All the comments we receive during both the first and second stage of consultations will be reviewed so the subjects raised – and our responses – can be included in our Consultation Report.
All the comments we receive during these consultations will be reviewed so the subjects raised – and our responses – can be included in our Consultation Report.
This report will form part of our planning application, known as a Development Consent Order (DCO).
How to take part
You can share feedback using our interactive feedback map or feedback form:Interactive feedback map Feedback form
Alternatively, you can submit your feedback by:
Post: Freepost MORGAN AND MONA
You can write us a letter or send hard copy feedback forms, which will be available at events or by request. You don’t need a stamp.