Don’t miss your chance to comment. Rampion 2 is not a done deal.

Register now with the Planning Inspectorate to receive updates of the status of Rampion 2 windfarm proposal. By registering you will receive an email alert when to Register as an ‘Interested Party’ – that will be the last chance for our communities and wider public to express views to the Examination Panel.

How to Object

You still have a chance to make a difference – this is not yet a done deal. Much can still be gained by mitigating argument. Your input is integral in planning the future sustainable development of the Sussex Bay coast and horizon.

The Planning Inspectorate needs to be aware of those who seriously care about the area and wish to comment on the commercial preferences of the developer – this is your right to do so.



To Register your Interest is therefore crucial but you cannot do this until the application is submitted, the timing of which is up to the developer.  The Planning Inspectorate then takes over and has 28 days to decide whether the developer’s application meets standards required to proceed to examination, including whether the developer’s consultation was adequate.



If accepted for examination as a Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project (or NSIP) the planning process is collapsed to 12 months as opposed to years for projects considered normally by local planning authorities under the National Policy Planning Framework.


Step 1: Register to be kept Informed & Updated:

Simply click on the link below and follow these steps:

  1. Add your email  in the “Email Updates” box on the right hand side. You may need to scroll down the page a little.
  2. Click sign up
  3. Confirm your name and email address and make sure you tick the ALL Updates option under the “what do you want to be notified about?” section
  4. Click Sign me up
  5. An email will be sent to you to validate your address. You must click on the link in this email otherwise you will not receive updates


It is worth keeping an eye on from time on the Planning Inspectorate web page.  The Inspectorate will advise you by email when they receive the Rampion submission. The pop-up windows (and tabs) on the website are worth navigating to see further information regarding the application and further information on the process.

Step 2: Register as an Interested Party

You can’t currently register as an Interested Party.

The time to register as an interested party will be announced by the Planning Inspectorate when the time comes. To make sure you do Not miss the opportunity you should insure you have signed up for email updates as per the steps above. There will be only a short window to register as an interested Party and it will be your last chance to make your views known.

If you have subscribed to notifications you will be notified by the Planning Inspectorate when it is time to do this. You can also subscribe to our newsletter and we’ll let you know when it is time.

Below is the link to the Planning inspectorate when you can find out more about being registered as an interested Party when the time comes.