The UK’s Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) has unveiled its draft Strategy and Business Plan for 2016-2019 for formal consultation. The documents, published yesterday, reflect the NDA’s five-year budget as determined through the government’s Spending Review set out by Chancellor George Osborne in November. The Strategy, published every five years, looks at the NDA’s long-term mission through a number of themes while the Business Plan, which is published annually, takes a more focused look at the next three years of activity across its estate, together with the associated funding. The consultation period for both documents will end on 15 February.
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