The planned Wylfa Newydd nuclear power station will present “significant challenges” to services in north Wales, the health board has said. Horizon, the company behind the massive project near Cemaes, Anglesey, has carried out a second public consultation which closes on Tuesday. The company said the project will bring significant investment to the island. Geoff Lang, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board’s strategy director, said services could be squeezed. He said, with the addition of workers and their family members, the population of Anglesey could rise by about 12% and the impact may fall on a small number of GP practices.
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