Umair Patel

Update 21 July 2022: We have produced a series of maps showing the cable search areas and substation search areas presented in the consultation at a larger scale. You can view these here.

Hello, my name is Umair Patel and I am the Five Estuaries Offshore Wind Farm project manager. Welcome to our online public exhibition.

This exhibition is part of our first consultation, which will run from 30 June to 12 August 2022. We are at an early stage of development and this is an opportunity for you to help influence the project plans.

Please take the time to look around our virtual platform. On behalf of the team and I, we hope you find the information provided helpful.

We’re keen to hear your thoughts on our proposals. You will find details about how to leave your feedback in the exhibition and on our website.

We are also hosting two live events to enable residents to view the same information as online. The Five Estuaries’ team will be on hand to answer questions and we welcome all members of the community to drop into an event and talk to us about our development.

WEDNESDAY 13 JULY 2022, 3.00PM – 8.00PM

St Mary’s Parish Church Hall, Old Road, Frinton-on-Sea

THURSDAY 14 JULY 2022, 2.00PM – 8.00PM

Ogilvie Hall, Wignall Street, Lawford

If you have any questions that aren’t answered here, please feel free contact us directly.

Thank you for visiting.



Five Estuaries Offshore Wind Farm is the sister project of the existing £1.5 billion, 353MW Galloper Wind Farm, 30km off the coast of Suffolk.

Five Estuaries is currently in the early stages of development. The project partners are the same as the operational Galloper Wind Farm and include a Macquarie-led consortium (25%), RWE (25%), Siemens’ financing arm, Siemens Financial Services (25%), ESB (12.5%) and Sumitomo Corporation (12.5%).  RWE is leading the development of the Five Estuaries project.


RWE is an experienced and successful developer and operator of renewable energy projects.

We work with communities and our project partners around the globe to bring our clean energy projects to fruition.

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