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Old November 22nd, 2015, 01:38 PM   #61
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Plans for nuclear college submitted to council

By Matthew Cobb

Last updated at 11:29, Saturday, 21 November 2015

The building of a new nuclear college in west Cumbria has taken a step closer.



Plans to build The National College for Nuclear (NCfN) on land next to the Lakes College in Lillyhall, near Workington, have been filed with Allerdale Council.

It is part of a Government strategy to tackle a future national skills shortage within the nuclear industry.

The NCfN, a partnership between Lakes College, Sellafield Ltd and the University of Cumbria, will be open to students aged 16 and over who have completed their GCSEs and are entering higher education.

Courses will offer qualifications up to degrees.

If successful, a new two-storey centre would be built at the western end of the existing main college campus.

The two would be linked by a new landscaped courtyard.

A statement submitted with the application said: “The National College for Nuclear was identified by the Department for Business Innovation and Skills as a key part of this initiative.

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Old December 11th, 2015, 11:20 AM   #62
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Nuclear industry's £500,000 flood recovery boost

Published at 12:38, Thursday, 10 December 2015

Nuclear companies and agencies have pledged £500,000 of immediate funding to help Cumbria's flood recovery effort.



Sellafield Ltd, the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, Nuclear Management Partners, the National Nuclear Laboratory, the Low Level Waste Repository and Britain’s Energy Coast have all contributed.

The pledge is made up of cash donations totalling £271,000 and the rest of in-kind commitments to provide people, materials, equipment and expertise for as long as the community needs it.

The offer is county-wide and people in Carlisle, Appleby and Glenridding have been urged to get in touch if they need help.

An immediate cash injection of £71,000 has been made to Cumbria Community Foundation’s flood appeal by the nuclear industry.

It has also

provided a team of Sellafield project managers to help develop Cumbria County Council’s recovery programme
provided emergency generators to provide power at locations across Allerdale
released dozens of staff to volunteer for emergency response teams


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Old January 29th, 2016, 11:40 AM   #63
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£500m Sellafield deal could create 1,140 jobs



29 January 2016 9:26AM

SELLAFIELD LTD has signed a £500m procurement deal, which has the potential to create to 1,140 jobs over 10 years.

In what the nuclear site describes as a “UK first”, the agreement guarantees that Cumbrian firms will win work from decommissioning.

Under the framework, known as the Decomissioning Delivery Partnership (DDP), four consortia confirmed so far – made up of 12 companies – have entered into a 10-year agreement to support Sellafield Ltd.

Eleven of the 12 are based in, or have a significant presence in, Cumbria.

And all have committed at least 20 per cent of their sub-contracting spend with small to medium-sized enterprises.


They have also pledged a local-first approach to recruitment, to give 150 jobs to under-represented or disadvantaged people, provide up to 240 apprenticeships, plus training, school outreach and business mentoring.

These commitments are written into their contracts, and the firms will face financial penalties if they fail to deliver.

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The decision to create 240 apprenticeships and 150 jobs for disadvantaged people is to be welcomed as these sort of high quality training opportunities have often not existed in the west of the county in the past, the death of many of the traditional industries in the eighties and early nineties saw less well qualified people forced into government schemes and unemployment. Those of us not lucky enough to land a job at Sellafield, or have a trade, in the first half of the nineties ended up on worthless job creation schemes where picking up litter and emptying furniture vans for Age Concern were " employment" training.
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Old February 4th, 2016, 12:24 PM   #65
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Cumbrian councils can keep all Moorside nuclear business rates



4 February 2016 8:44AM

COUNCILS in west Cumbria will keep all business rates resulting from the nuclear new-build at Moorside, Sellafield.

Ministers were proposing that Whitehall should keep all the rates received from Moorside, where NuGen plans to build the UK’s biggest nuclear power plant. This would have amounted to many millions of pounds. Sellafield’s annual rates bill is £32m.

But Sue Hayman, Labour MP for Workington, asked Prime Minister David Cameron about the issue during PM’s Questions last week. She has now received a letter confirming that local authorities will retain all business rates resulting from the nuclear new-build.

The Prime Minister’s letter said: “This Government is committed to supporting local areas, like your constituency, which support new developments for local and national economic prosperity.

“That is why, as part of our devolution revolution, by the end of the Parliament local councils will get to keep all of the additional local business rates as a result of a new development, such as that at Moorside.”

Mrs Hayman said: “I am glad that the Prime Minister has confirmed that our local community will be allowed to retain all of the business rates from the nuclear new-build at Moorside, given the cuts our councils and public services in Cumbria are facing.

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Final four firms unveiled for £500m Sellafield clean-up

Sellafield has named the last four firms to complete its line-up of framework partners for a £500m decommissioning programme over the next decade.



Amec Foster Wheeler, AREVA, Doosan Babcock and Atkins join the dozen firms announced last month on the Decommissioning Delivery Partnership composed of six alliances and joint ventures.

Amec Foster Wheeler’s inclusion is through an alliance with Hertel (UK) and Shepley Engineers, both of whom were already in the DDP framework through other partnerships.

The other firms form a three-way joint venture of AREVA-Doosan-Atkins.

New deals have been framed to bring big benefits to the community with all partners committed to training and spending at least 20% of their subcontracting budget with small to medium-sized firms.

Fifteen are either based in or have a significant presence in Cumbria.

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Old March 11th, 2016, 09:56 AM   #67
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Government must scrap nuclear new-build plan



10 March 2016 10:51AM

THE government has to scrap its new nuclear build plans. No, not for Moorside – we’ll come to that later.

It has to bin the multi-billion deal it has signed with French power firm EDF for the Hinkley Point plant at Somerset.

Surely, if the company’s own finance chief thinks the deal is too expensive we should listen?

Thomas Piquemal says the French-Chinese deal will wreck EDF and has resigned from his post in protest.

It’s estimated the cost has already ballooned from £14bn to £24.5bn.


All this at a time when energy firms are reporting major losses and cutting jobs.

Two thirds of the bill is being funded by EDF with the rest coming from China. But we will ultimately foot the costs.

Under the terms of the agreement, EDF will be paid three times the current wholesale price of electricity FOR 35 YEARS.

This will be index-linked to inflation. Of course.

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Old March 29th, 2016, 10:19 AM   #68
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No approval yet for Moorside nuclear reactor design



29 March 2016 9:09AM

THE reactor design for the proposed nuclear power plant at Moorside, Sellafield, is taking longer than expected to get regulatory approval.

But the US firm behind the reactor, Westinghouse Electric, says it is confident the design is safe and will get the go-ahead.

NuGen wants to build three Westinghouse AP1000 reactors at Moorside with a combined output of 3.6GW, enough to power 6m homes and supply 7.5 per cent of the UK’s electricity needs.

It is due to make a final investment decision in 2018, with work starting two years later, but the timetable is based on the design being approved in January 2017. That date now looks certain to slip.

Westinghouse needs a Design Acceptance Confirmation (DAC) from the Office for Nuclear Regulation and a Statement of Design Acceptability (SoDA) from the Environment Agency.

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The regulators have just issued a quarterly update warning of delays in the Generic Design Assessment (GDA) process.

Their report says: “There has been closure programme slippage and a lack of technical convergence in some areas.

“This means that we have still to agree with Westinghouse the full extent of the work required to close out all of the GDA issues.

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Old April 1st, 2016, 10:25 AM   #69
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NDA takes over running Sellafield site tomorrow

The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) will officially take over the running of the site tomorrow, with Sellafield Ltd – the firm responsible for the clean-up – becoming a subsidiary of the NDA.

The change was initiated in January last year when the government stripped private sector consortium, Nuclear Management Partners (NMP), of its contract to run the site, ending its controversial six-year tenure.

The change of setup to a “simpler arrangement”, which has taken place gradually since the NMP announcement, will create greater efficiency on site, say those at the helm.

John Clarke, chief executive of the NDA, said: “This is a new chapter for Sellafield. Without a commercially driven contract, the NDA and Sellafield Ltd will be working to exactly the same goal – safely delivering the mission as quickly and efficiently as possible.

“Progress has been made under the old arrangements but, in the long-term, they are not suited to a site like Sellafield. The work that needs to be done at Sellafield is very complex, often difficult to define and spans many years.

“The new arrangements will accommodate the challenges at the site more easily and better allow for longer term planning. The private sector will still be heavily involved in delivering work at Sellafield but no longer as an owner.

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Old April 22nd, 2016, 12:18 PM   #70
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First look at new Moorside nuclear power station



This is what the new nuclear power station at Moorside will look like.

The artist's impression has been produced by NuGen, the company behind the project, as it prepares to launch a second round of public consultations.

The image shows the three Westinghouse AP1000 reactors, which will have a combined output of 3.6GW – enough to power 6m homes and supply 7.5 per cent of the UK's electricity needs.

NuGen is expected to give the final go ahead in 2018. Construction will start in 2020 and all three reactors should be on stream by 2026.

Up to 6,000 people will be working on the site, immediately north and west of Sellafield, at any one time.

NuGen has released the image as it announces details of 28 exhibition events across Cumbria as the second stage of a public consultation.

The dates and venues will be publicised through newspaper and radio adverts and it will be posting the Moorside Have Your Say newsletter to households close to sites that are part of the Moorside project next week.

NuGen’s planning lead in Cumbria, Fergus McMorrow, said: “The first of the 28 events will be held in Whitehaven on May 14 and over the next 11 weeks we will move around the county, from Carlisle to Barrow.

“It is extremely important that everyone gets an opportunity to come and have their say about the Moorside Project.”

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Old May 10th, 2016, 10:21 AM   #71
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£15 million cash boost for new nuclear college



10 May 2016 7:54AM

The Government has announced £15 million in funding to set up the National College for Nuclear headquartered in West Cumbria and Somerset.

The college is one of five National Colleges that will create the workforce of tomorrow by delivering high-level technical training to thousands of learners across England

Set across two hubs – one at Lakes College, Lillyhall and one in Somerset – the college aims to train over 7,000 learners by 2020

The college, which is set to open its doors in late 2017, will meet the demand for highly skilled workers in the nuclear sector and will offer courses designed by employers for a range of highly specialised careers.

Skills Minister Nick Boles said: “This is the investment in high-tech skills that businesses are crying out for.

"We have made it a priority to work with employers to deliver high-quality, technical education and clear routes to employment that deliver economic growth and create opportunities for our young people, and enable our existing workforce to upskill and retrain for the jobs of the future.

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From The News & Star, 12-05-2016

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Details of new nuclear power station project in Cumbria revealed.

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.

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.

This consultation ... is an opportunity for the public to see how the project has developed
Fergus McMorrow, NuGen's planning lead in Cumbria, said: "It is extremely important that everyone gets an opportunity to come and have their say.

"This consultation is the second of two public consultations. The first took place over 10 weeks from May 2015 and we welcomed over 1,800 people through the doors of our events.
"The second stage is an opportunity for the public to see how the project has developed, taking into account the feedback that we received last year.”

NuGen breaks down the scheme into various parts - the three reactor Moorside power station itself, the Moorside project railway, accommodation sites, highways improvements and developments at the Port of Workington.

The power station would be capable of producing up to 3.8 Gigawatts of electricity, enough to power 6m homes and supply 7.5 per cent of the UK’s electricity needs. NuGen has signed a deal to export most of that to the National Grid.
Much more at http://www.newsandstar.co.uk/news/la...24a8dbc8297-ds

NuGen have details of the consultation at https://nugenconsultation.com. I haven't looked at it yet (having only just got in from work).
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NuGen site design finalists announced

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NuGen has run two contests for designers to come up with their vision for several buildings at the development, at Moorside, near Sellafield, including a visitor centre and worker accommodation.

These were run through two separate organisations the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and the Landscape Institute. The first of these has focussed on the site's buildings while the latter has been about the overall layout of the area.

Each body has chosen five finalists for their own competitions.

The shortlists have been selected by independent panel of experts - including Sir Terry Farrell, who designed the iconic MI6 building in London and Paul Tiplady, former chief executive of the Lake District National Park Authority - and the public has now been invited to give their views.

NuGen chief executive, Tom Samson, said: “We have had an overwhelming response to the competition, both in terms of numbers and the level of creativity in the designs.

“The architecture and landscape community have embraced the challenge and have delivered some thoughtful, considered and visually breath-taking proposals for our Moorside Project. We’ve narrowed the entries down to five - but we’re very keen to hear what the public think of our selection.”
Full story, including some images, at http://www.newsandstar.co.uk/NuGen-s...ef9dfbfb067-ds

More details of the competitions at

http://www.ribacompetitions.com/moorside/index.htmll

http://moorside.landscapeinstitute.org
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Moorside will be the biggest inward investment in west Cumbria since Sellafield was built in the fifties, and the biggest construction project since THORP 30 years ago. Unlike THORP, though, at least attention is being paid to transporting workers and materials in and out of the site, with an emphasis on upgrading local railways and building a dock at Sellafield. Also the A595 is to be widened at various pinch points at Parton, Hensingham and Egremont. However, a by pass around Whitehaven would be better to remove most through traffic.
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120 new jobs to be created at nuclear site



19 July 2016 8:52AM

About 120 construction jobs are set to be created after planners gave the go-ahead to two low-level radioactive waste vaults in west Cumbria.

The decision will also secure existing jobs and ensure the future of the Low-Level Waste Repository (LLWR), near Drigg, until 2050.

Work is expected to start next year.


Cumbria County Council also agreed to an extension to a third vault for the disposal of waste in specially-grouted containers.

Dennis Thompson, managing director of LLWR, said: “We are absolutely delighted with the outcome.

“After three years of hard work, millions of pounds of investment, utilising dozens of technical and scientific experts, we submitted a substantive technical document that makes the case that it is safe to dispose of low level waste at the site."

The planning permission also allows the construction of a final cap over existing and new vaults, and seven clay-lined trenches where waste was disposed of prior to the opening of the site’s first vault in 1988.

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Carr's wins Sellafield contract potentially worth £48m



20 July 2016 7:15AM

Carr's Group has won a framework contract at Sellafield, potentially worth £48m over 10 years.

The deal should safeguard 110 jobs at Bendalls, its engineering subsidiary at Kingstown Industrial Estate, Carlisle, and provide work for the design offices in Cleator Moor and Warrington and its Chirton Engineering business in the North East.

Carlisle-based Carr's announced in a trading update that it had been awarded the Sellafield Vessels and Tanks Category Management Framework contract, won through an open European tendering process.

Ivan Baldwin, business development director at Carr's Engineering, said: “It will involve the design and manufacture of the most complex pressure vessels and tanks on the Sellafield site.

“It will be technically challenging as the entirety of the build is what is called quality grade one, the highest-quality standard for nuclear.

“Often these tanks hold radioactive waste and they are in contaminated facilities where, once they're in, they can't be taken out.”

The timing of the contract could not be better for Carr's, which has seen orders from the oil and gas sector decline because of the weak oil price.

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Sellafield workers accept lower pay rise to safeguard future workforce



29 August 2016 3:27PM

THOUSANDS of nuclear staff have voted to accept a lower-than-expected pay rise – to give a major boost to future workers.

Sellafield Ltd's employees will receive a 0.25 per cent rise, backdated to April, which ensures the firm’s current apprentices, trainees and graduates will receive more lucrative terms and conditions if they become full-time employees at the end of their training.

In June, Sellafield Ltd imposed inferior terms and conditions for its new starters, including lower starting salaries and fewer days off, claiming the measures will save around £4m a year and increase productivity.


The unions said at that time that current apprentices and trainees were being hardest hit by the changes, having started a scheme with the expectation of receiving the old terms and conditions when they became qualified, “only to have the goalposts shifted midway through”.

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'We're still backing nuclear' - New Energy Minister's pledge



2 September 2016 9:14AM

The new Energy Minister has underlined the Government's commitment to nuclear energy, boosting hopes of a new power plant in west Cumbria.

Baroness Lucy Neville-Rolfe was making her first visit to Sellafield following her appointment as Energy Minister in July.

One of the first actions of Theresa May's new administration was to delay a decision on a nuclear power station at Hinkley Point in Somerset.


The surprise announcement cast doubt on NuGen's plans to build three nuclear reactors at Moorside, Sellafield.

But Baroness Neville-Rolfe made it clear that the Government remains committed to nuclear in principle, whatever reservations there may be about the Hinkley Point project.

Speaking after the Sellafield visit, she said: “The Government is very much committed to nuclear as part of the energy portfolio.

“We made that very clear in our manifesto and we stressed it when we said we'd take more time over Hinkley Point.

“Nuclear energy is clean and it doesn't have the problems around discontinuity of supply that you see with wind power for example.

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BBC's Panorama alleges safety 'failings' at Sellafield




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A catalogue of serious safety “failings” at Sellafield have been alleged in a BBC documentary.

An investigation by Panorama, including information from a whistle-blower and thousands of leaked documents, uncovered “poor management, run-down infrastructure and safety failings” at the nuclear site at which 10,000 workers are based.

Specific allegations from reporter Richard Bilton centred on staffing levels running below minimum safety levels in some areas and a number of storage facilities that are said to be in poor condition.


Mr Bilton reported: “Years of neglect have left parts of the site run down and vulnerable and there are not always enough workers to meet safety levels.

“If you expected safety that was beyond reproach then you’d be wrong.”

Sellafield’s head of nuclear safety Rex Strong rejected Mr Bilton’s claim that operating below minimum staffing levels is dangerous.

The firm added that safety and security are its “overriding priority” and points to its current safety record as the best in the site’s history.

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Hinkley Point nuclear decision could be huge boost for Cumbria



15 September 2016 8:57AM

THE Government has approved the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station project in Somerset, boosting hopes of a new power plant at Moorside in west Cumbria.

Ministers confirmed today that Hinkley Point will go ahead following a “new agreement” with EDF.

They said they had imposed “significant new safeguards” for future foreign investment in critical infrastructure.
A statement said: “Following a comprehensive review of the Hinkley Point C project, and a revised agreement with EDF, the Government has decided to proceed with the first new nuclear power station for a generation.

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