HORIZON NEWS - 06.07.2018
Meet the Horizon team at the next Open Surgery on 16 JulyCome and meet the Horizon Nuclear Power team at the next Open Surgery on Monday 16 July to hear more about the latest updates on the Wylfa Newydd Project.
Local people are invited to come along to the monthly drop-in event, which is held from 1pm to 7pm at Cemaes Village Hall. The session is open to everyone and gives visitors the opportunity to ask the Horizon team questions about the Wylfa Newydd Project.
Richard Foxhall, Horizon’s Communication and Stakeholder Relations Manager said: “June marked a significant milestone for the Project with the confirmation that our planning application to build Wylfa Newydd, called a Development Consent Order (DCO) application, had been accepted by the Planning Inspectorate. This will set in motion the next phase of activity, and the Inspectorate will publish details of the full process shortly.
“Ahead of that, Natural Resources Wales (NRW) will carry out a 10-week public consultation on four key environmental applications we’ve submitted to them. These are applications for a Marine Licence, an Operational Combustion permit, and Operational Water Discharge permit and a Construction Water Discharge permit. NRW’s consultation events will be held on 16 July (Bangor), 17 July (Cemaes) and 18 July (Llangefni).
“There’s a lot happening on the project right now, so we encourage anyone who has any questions or who would like any further information to come along and meet the team.”
More details on the NRW public consultation can be found at: https://naturalresources.wales/about-us/what-we-do/how-we-regulate-you/wylfa-newydd/.
More information about the Wylfa Newydd Project can be found by visiting www.horizonnuclearpower.com, calling 0800 954 9516, emailing email@example.com or following Horizon on Twitter @horizonnuclear and Instagram ‘horizonnuclear’.
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For more information contact:
Richard Foxhall – 07807 769265 or Richard.firstname.lastname@example.org
Notes to editors:
- Horizon Nuclear Power was formed in 2009 to develop new nuclear power stations in the UK. The company was acquired by Hitachi Ltd of Japan in November 2012.
- Horizon’s development on Anglesey will represent a multibillion pound investment in North Wales, creating high-quality, long term employment opportunities and unlocking lasting economic and social benefits for the region.