The Future of Wylfa

The future of Wylfa is hugely important following the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) decision that Wylfa Nuclear Power Station will close in 2010.

The NDA was set up under the Energy Act 2004 and it now owns the 20 civil nuclear sites in the UK.

It is the responsibility of the NDA to make sure Wylfa is cleaned up safely and securely, for the benefit of future generations.

This is an opportunity for you to have your say.



YOUR CHANCE TO HAVE YOUR SAY

Part of this process involves getting the best practical deal for local communities, while achieving the highest environmental standards. This enables the NDA to discharge its obligation to protect the environment for future generations.

Use the form below to say what YOU would like to see happen with the Wylfa site.

Anglesey Today is hosting this questionnaire on behalf of Magnox Electric Limited and the Wylfa Site Stakeholder Group. On completion of the consultation they will present a report to the NDA as part of the End Uses Strategy Consultation.

Thank You for your contribution to this consultation!






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Wylfa Nuclear Power Station Future Use Questionnaire

Q1) Do you think the site should be used for future power generation?
Very Supportive
Supportive
Against
Strongly Against
Don't know
Q2) Do you think the site should be used for industrial or commercial purpose, such as a business park, manufacturing or processing site?
Very Supportive
Supportive
Against
Strongly Against
Don't know
Q3) Do you think the site should be used for conventional or radioactive waste processing or disposal?
Very Supportive
Supportive
Against
Strongly Against
Don't know
Q4) Do you think the site should be used for housing or care homes?
Very Supportive
Supportive
Against
Strongly Against
Don't know
Q5) Do you think the site should be used for recreational, leisure or tourism such as hotels, sports or leisure facility, holiday park or other tourist attraction?
Very Supportive
Supportive
Against
Strongly Against
Don't know
Q6) Do you think there should be no further development of the site and the area used for nature conservation?
Very Supportive
Supportive
Against
Strongly Against
Don't know
Q7) Do you think the site should be used for agriculture, for instance arable or cattle grazing?
Very Supportive
Supportive
Against
Strongly Against
Don't know
Q8) Do you think that a mix of uses for the site would be appropriate? If yes, please provide suggestions:
Yes
No
Further Comments
Please select your age group
Under 18
18-24
25-35
36-45
46-55
56+
Where do you live?
Local Area (e.g Amlwch)
Anglesey
Gwynedd
Other (Wales, UK, Rest of the World)
Country


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