Public Information Events

Feedback received during Phase 1 and Phase 2  consultations along with environmental and technical information has played an important part in selecting the proposed sites for a landfall and converter station as well as the proposed cable route corridor for the pair of direct current (DC) underground cables between the landfall and the converter station sites (known as the purple route corridor). Route options at the north and south ends of the corridor have also been confirmed as well as a reduction in the width of the proposed corridor of interest. 

Planning applications for the Viking Link UK Onshore Scheme will be submitted during summer 2017. Before submitting these applications, Viking Link held four Public Information Events to share its draft proposals with local communities.

The events took place as follows: 


Post code



The Ruby Hunt Centre, Donington

PE11 4UA

Tuesday, 6 June

12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Grange & Links Hotel, Sandilands

LN12 2RJ

Wednesday, 7 June

12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Raithby Village Hall, Raithby

PE23 4DS

Thursday, 15 June

12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Stickney Village Hall, Stickney

PE22 8BA

Friday, 16 June

12:00 pm – 8:00 pm


To view the exhibition materials displayed at the Public Information Events, please click here.

Viking Link issued a press release to announce the Public Information Events.