Our proposed multi-billion pound investment programme in new nuclear power stations at our Wylfa Newydd and our Oldbury-on-Severn sites would each represent one of the largest civil infrastructure projects in the UK.
We will carry out all development activities, including enabling works, securing planning permissions and site licences as well as running all public consultations.
We will be the Site Licence Company (SLC), responsible for constructing, operating and later decommissioning our power plants and as such will directly procure and manage a number of contracts with approved suppliers.
These approved suppliers will be in control of the procurement and management of any sub-contracting services that are required. They will be responsible for all works or goods and for the quality and performance of their supply chain (including every tier of their sub-contractor).
As the SLC, Horizon Nuclear Power will adopt a quality graded approach to overseeing the overall supply chain as part of our ultimate responsibility for safety and quality. This oversight role includes both our approved suppliers and their sub-contractors throughout the entire supply chain.
Supply Chain Charter
Our Supply Chain Charter is designed to set out the principles, expectations and behaviours we have set for ourselves and our Tier 1 & 2 suppliers. We will encourage all our suppliers to aspire to meet our principles of openness and transparency, development and involvement in the local supply chain, consideration of Welsh language and culture, and performance – as set out in the Charter.
Local and Regional Businesses
Businesses local to our lead site, Wylfa Newydd, can also express interest in exploring future opportunities directly with Horizon and their Tier 1 delivery partners via the links below: