Extensive mitigation has been developed to ensure that the effects on habitats and species of plans to construct and operate a new nuclear power station on the north coast of Anglesey, north Wales, are as ‘limited as practicable’, according to the project’s environmental statement
The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) has reduced the overspend of cleaning up the Sellafield nuclear plant but still has “a long way to go”, according to the government’s spending watchdog
Horizon Nuclear Power has been granted a key European environmental approval for its proposed new power station in Wales
Also in the news, Environment Agency revokes farmers’ abstraction licences, Welsh government offers £200m to support tidal lagoon, NRW approves monitoring of Hinkley Point C dredging plan and air pollution from cars and vans ‘costs UK £6bn a year’
The Planning Inspectorate has received an application for the 2.9GW Wylfa Newydd Nuclear Power Station, kickstarting the formal application process
The European Commission has called on the UK to correctly transpose parts of a directive intended to ensure the responsible and safe management of spent nuclear fuel and radioactive waste
James Parsons investigates the challenges the government faces in deploying the country’s first radioactive waste site deep underground
The firm behind a new nuclear power plant in north Wales has confirmed that it intends to delay the submission of the planning application for the project in order finalise its approach to dealing with protected bird habitats near to the site
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