Vast worker ‘villages’, a visitor centre and new stretches of railway have been outlined in plans for a new nuclear power station. NuGen has detailed what will be involved in its £10bn Moorside project as it gets set to apply to the Government for a development consent order that will licence and authorise construction near Sellafield. As part of the application to the Secretary of State, NuGen – a joint venture between Toshiba and ENGIE – has released more information about the huge project. The public get their chance to have their say when a major 11-week consultation begins on Saturday.
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