Dounreay, previously a centre of nuclear fast reactor research and development, is undergoing a decommissioning and restoration programme, which requires new facilities for waste management. Here we explain the challenges and our involvement in the latest developments.
Zyda Law have obtained hazardous substance consents for five of EDF's fleet of nuclear power stations
Nuclear decommissioning is almost certain to require planning permission from the Local Planning Authority. It is important to consider the planning regime early when making lifetime plans.
Until there is a UK geological disposal facility, communities have to host stores of ILW and higher active waste for up to 100 years. As specialists in the nuclear sector, we have seen more host communities seeking 'benefits'
Zyda Law is pleased to announce that Hunterston B Nuclear Power Generating Station, owned by EDF Energy, was granted planning permission to build a two storey facility for its Turbine Support Group.
Our team attended the 3rd annual Nuclear Decommissioning Conference, Manchester
Zyda Law is pleased to announce that planning permission to build a Low Level Waste Disposal Facility at Dounreay was granted by Highland Council in November 2011.
Zyda Law is pleased to announce that Sizewell B Nuclear Power Generating Station, owned by EDF Energy, has been granted planning permission to build a Dry Fuel Store for spent fuel.
New dedicated Planning Helpline for RYA clubs and training centres
Zyda Law 6 wins out of 6!