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Gardline to benefit Round 3 first

Gardline to benefit Round 3 first
Gardline Marine Sciences Ltd of Great Yarmouth in the UK is one of the first companies to benefit from the Round 3 offshore wind farm site allocation announced this month.

Gardline Marine Sciences Ltd of Great Yarmouth in the UK is one of the first companies to benefit from the Round 3 offshore wind farm site allocation announced this month.

Gardline Marine Sciences Ltd of Great Yarmouth in the UK is one of the first companies to benefit from the Round 3 offshore wind farm site allocation announced this month.

The contract to provide ornithological surveys services to the Forewind consortium, development partners for the Dogger Bank zone, has been awarded to group company Gardline Environmental Ltd. The two year contract not only includes the provision of ESAS (European Seabirds At Sea) trained seabird surveyors but also the dedicated 24 month charter of the 65m MV Sea Profiler, one of the Gardline Group"s fleet of 18 survey vessels.

Forewind comprises four leading international energy companies, committed to securing all the necessary consents required for the construction and development of Dogger Bank.

Gardline Environmental Ltd will be applying valuable skills and experience learnt from many years supporting the developing offshore renewable energy sector . The Dogger Bank zone is not only the largest of the new sites, it will also be the furthest offshore and presents a number of significant technical challenges.

Marine wildlife surveys are one of the first steps that have to be undertaken before further consent licenses are awarded by the Crown Estates and these are dependent on approval from the Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC).

The Marine Wildlife Department at Gardline Environmental already has considerable experience in the offshore wind sector providing services to other offshore wind farms including the 300MW Thanet development in the Thames Estuary. The department not only offers ornithological surveys but also marine mammal pre-development surveys, as well as marine mammal mitigation and noise profiling during the wind farm construction phase.

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