EDF and CGN have signed the heads of Terms of an agreement in principle on the development of Sizewell C in Suffolk for a final investment decision for the construction and operation of two EPR reactors. During the development phase, EDF will take an 80% share and CGN 20%. EDF`s request for site preparation work (32.03.10.037) was approved on 27 January 2012. The decision is accompanied by a legal agreement within the meaning of Article 106 of the Spatial Planning Act and a number of phase requirements. Before the start of the work, EDF is required to comply with the specific requirements and obligations applicable to the competent authority. This is an agreement under which EDF Energy will bear the additional costs incurred by the District Council and Borough Council in assessing, challenging or commenting on proposals for a new nuclear power plant at Sizewell. Community consultation statement. As part of the planning process, EDF`s first proposals for Sizewell C were published in November 2012 and the first round of formal consultations with local communities has already taken place. No other company has developed such an important nuclear planning service for local authorities and lessons learned from the important work on Hinkley Point C will be passed on to other local authorities that will host or be affected by new nuclear proposals. The Hinkley Point C project is well advanced.
It obtained plan approval, EPR reactor design authorization and nuclear site authorization. There is a well-developed supply chain with identified preferred bidders who are already heavily involved in construction planning. Training in the required skills is ongoing and there are collective agreements with union agreements. Details of all discharge requests and their decisions can be found in our planning search. Please enter the `Hinkley Point C` search field to see the full list of applications. Bradwell BEDF and CGN have signed the Heads of Terms of an agreement in principle for the implementation of the administrative authorization (Generic Design Assessment) with the British nuclear safety regulator of a British version of the third-generation HPR1000 reactor called Hualong. The HPR1000 will be based on the capture of CGN Plant Unit 3/4 in China, the reference facility for British Hualong design.