Pylons plan: Anglesey residents concerned at impact


National Grid's plans on how it wants to bring power from offshore wind farms and Wylfa B into the national grid are going on show.

The company wants the public to comment on proposals which include laying cables under sea to Deeside or burying power lines from Anglesey underground.

Burying lines would cost £1bn more than National Grid's preferred option of pylons and overhead lines between Wylfa and the Pentir substation near Bangor.

Some people living on Anglesey say they are concerned about the impact on the landscape.

BBC Wales environment correspondent Iolo ap Dafydd reports.

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