Sellafield site step closer to new nuclear power plant

The Government confirmed monday 18 October 2010 that Sellafield is suitable for a new nuclear power station.

A 500-acre site north of the existing west Cumbrian complex has been included on a list of eight sites earmarked for new reactors.

Two other Cumbrian locations on a preliminary list – Braystones, near Egremont, and Kirksanton, near Millom – have been deemed inappropriate and removed the process, as reported in the News & Star last week.

From Lofoten mot Sellafield - the guardians of our common Seas are worried about the site to day, and we hope that Sellafield not will be chosen.

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