Plans for the projects include the erection of 400 turbines being installed at the site 131 kilometres off the UK's north east coast.
Creyke Beck A and B at 515 square kilometres and 599 square kilometres respectively.
Forewind said it had spent £60 million to carry out studies of the area – the most ever undertaken for an offshore wind project.
The entire Dogger Bank zone is expected to reach a total capacity of 7.2GW across six 1.2GW projects.
Investment issues forced the Forewind consortium to reduce the Dogger Bank zone from a planned 9GW to the agreed 7.2GW.
Members of the consortium are German firm RWE, Scottish utility SSE, and Norwegian state-backed developers Statkraft and Statoil.
The Planning Inspectorate is currently reviewing the second phase of the Dogger Banks zone, Teesside A and B. A final decision is expected in August.