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03 May 2013
Gretna’s £700k business unit development opens
The south of Scotland’s new £700,000 business development at Kirtle Place in Gretna formally opened on Friday 3 May 2013 by David Mundell MP and Elaine Murray MSP.
13 December 2012
National Nuclear Archive project
The NDA announced a decision to proceed with the next phase of the National Nuclear Archive project.
10 December 2012
Views sought on Business Plan
Stakeholder views are invited on the NDA’s draft Business Plan 2013-2016 which is published for consultation. The consultation runs from 10 December until 1 February.
18 September 2012
£1m NDA contribution unlocks £6.6m for business
Britain’s Energy Coast, the West Cumbrian economic development organisation, has been successful in securing £5.6m of Regional Growth Fund from Government after NDA's contribution of £1m.
18 June 2012
NDA backs Britain’s Energy Coast Blueprint
The NDA, Sellafield Ltd and Nuclear Management Partners have welcomed the publication of Britain’s Energy Coast Economic Blueprint.
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The creation of the NDA and the focus we are bringing to decommissioning and clean-up will deliver many opportunities. However, the decommissioning and clean-up of our sites may also have an adverse social and economic impact on communities, particularly as job numbers decline. Our role is to:
- consider the socio-economic impacts of our activities
- givie encouragement and support
- make grants / loans
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26 March 2013
As part of measures to support the supply chain, we take a look at one of the estate’s Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs).
25 March 2013
Research students supported by NDA funding were given the opportunity to showcase their work at the first-ever NDA PhD Seminar.
15 March 2013
Two contrasting NDA funded socio-economic and skills development projects in West Cumbria take steps forward.
26 October 2012
Hywel Williams, Plaid Cymru MP for the Westminster constituency of Arfon, recently made his second visit to the Trawsfynydd site.
27 July 2012
Following a six-month procurement process, four new framework contracts have now been awarded for the next stages of Research & Development (R&D) work to support the NDA’s decommissioning mission.
06 July 2012
The universities of Manchester and Liverpool are to collaborate on nuclear science and engineering research at the Dalton Cumbrian Facility (DCF), on the Westlakes Science and Technology Park near Whitehaven.