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2012, Wessex Archaeology, Lynn and Inner Dowsing Offshore Wind Farms, Archaeological Protocol

2012, Wessex Archaeology, Lynn and Inner Dowsing Offshore Wind Farms, Archaeological Protocol

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The Archaeological Protocol for the Lynn and Inner Dowsing (LID) offshore wind
farm projects has been in place since 2006 (Wessex Archaeology, 2006).
Construction of the LID projects was completed in 2008 and the wind farms have
been operational since early 2009, therefore this document updates the existing
Archaeological Protocol to focus on the operations and maintenance (O&M) phase.
This Archaeological Protocol will remain in place for the lifetime of the wind farms
and also covers decommissioning activities

The LID projects are located approximately five kilometres off the coast of
Skegness, Lincolnshire, and consist of 27 turbines at Lynn, 27 turbines at Inner
Dowsing, with associated inter-array cables and six export cables to shore

The LID FEPA Licences (Licence 31792/10/1; Inner Dowsing Licence 31814/10/2)
require a protocol to be submitted to the Licencing Authority that details action to be
taken to protect any archaeological remains identified in the Environmental
Statements or which may be discovered during the project. This document updates
the Archaeological Protocol currently in place to tailor the requirements to the O&M
phase and decommissioning activities.

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for Operations and Maintenance Phase