Natural England backs ‘risk based’ assessments and ‘strategic level’ compensation for offshore wind developments

A “risk based approach” should be adopted when assessing the impacts of offshore wind farms, while the closure of certain fisheries could deliver “strategic level” compensation to mitigate the impacts of such development, according to series of reports intended to underpin the delivery of the government’s target of 50GW of offshore wind capacity by 2030.

by Michael Donnelly

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