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Keep informed with the latest news and developments from the NDA
21 June 2007
Response to Independent on Sunday
Letter to newspaper related to Government's consultation on advance fuel allocation.
14 June 2007
Advance Allocation Consultation
DTI launches public consultation into advance allocation of THORP reprocessing products to overseas customers in certain circumstances.
10 January 2007
NDA Response to HSE Statement on THORP Re-start
Health and Safety Executive grants consent for the re-start of THORP.
18 September 2006
NDA Review of Sellafield Mox Plant (SMP) 2006
NDA provides a report reviewing progress over the past year and considers future potential strategic role of Sellafield Mox Plant (SMP).
02 March 2006
Revised assessment of issues associated with non-restart and restart options for THORP, Sellafield.
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Latest NDA Statement on THORP
02 June 2005
On Friday 27th May 2005 the NDA received a copy of the British Nuclear Group investigation into the incident that recently occurred at THORP.
We will now need time to give full consideration to its conclusions and recommendations and also to understand the actions that will be taken by BNG management in response to the findings. In addition we must await the outcome of the NII’s own considerations.
Over the coming weeks we will be exploring the options for going forward from a safety, technical and financial perspective. There are a range of complex issues raised by the difficulties at THORP and it will take some time to explore them properly.
At this point in time, therefore, the NDA has not made any decisions about the future of THORP but has set in train a number of workstreams to inform our view. Ultimately, the final decision on the way forward will be made by Government.
Safety is the NDA’s absolute priority and we remain reassured that there is no risk to the public as a result of the incident.