Morgan Offshore Wind Farm Generation Assets

Project information

Latest update - 17 May 2024

The application for the Morgan Offshore Wind Farm Generation Assets has been accepted for Examination.

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About the project

Type of application: Generating Stations

Name of applicant: Morgan Offshore Wind Limited

Development of an offshore wind farm with an approximate capacity of 1500MW in the Irish Sea awarded as part of the Round 4 Offshore Wind Licensing Arrangements. The key components of the Morgan Generation Assets include: * Offshore wind turbines * Offshore Substation Platforms (OSPs) * Foundations (for wind turbines and OSPs) * Scour protection * Cable protection * Inter-array cables linking the individual turbines to the OSPs * Offshore interconnector cables

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Project stage

This project is at the pre-examination stage.

At this stage you can register to have your say about the proposed project. This page will be updated when the registration period opens. You can view the project application documents to find out more about the application.

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Pre-application

This is where the applicant starts to create their application. The applicant is required to consult with people and organisations in the area. They must also create detailed documents about the impact the project could have on the environment.

It is important to get involved at this stage to influence the application before the applicant sends it to the Planning Inspectorate.

Find out what you can do at this stage and check our detailed guides.
Completed
Acceptance

This is when the applicant sends us their application documents. We check if we can accept the application for examination. We have 28 days to make this decision.

How the acceptance stage works and what happens next.
Completed
Pre-examination

The Examining Authority is appointed and is made up of one or more inspectors. Anyone who wants to have their say needs to register at this stage.

The applicant must publish that the application has been accepted by us. They include when and how parties can register to get involved. The time period for registering is set by the applicant but must be no less than 28 days.

The pre-examination stage usually takes about 3 months.

What happens during the pre-examination stage.
In progress
Examination

The Examining Authority will ask questions about the proposed development. The applicant and anyone who has registered to have their say can get involved and submit comments at each deadline in the timetable. You can also attend hearings that may take place. This stage takes up to 6 months.

What happens at the examination stage?
Not started
Recommendation

The Examining Authority writes its recommendation report. This must be completed and sent to the relevant Secretary of State within 3 months of the end of examination stage.

Making a recommendation.
Not started
Decision

The decision stage is when the relevant Secretary of State then reviews the report and makes the final decision. They have 3 months to make a decision.

Who makes the final decision.
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What happens after the decision is made

Once the Secretary of State has made a decision, there is a 6 week period where people can challenge the decision in the high court. This is called a judicial review.

What you can do after the decision has been made.
Not started

Project location

Irish Sea - 22.22km from the Isle of Man and 37.13km from the North West Coast of England


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