Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA)

The UK`s plan for nuclear decommissioning, 2008-2011


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The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) is a non-departmental public body set up under the Energy Act 2004, responsible for the decommissioning and clean-up of the UK’s civil public sector nuclear sites. We do not directly manage the sites for which we are responsible. Instead we contract out the delivery of site programmes to Site Licence Companies (SLCs), which remain responsible for day-to-day operations until all decommissioning and clean-up work has been completed.

Each SLC has a Parent Body Organisation (PBO), which owns the shares in that SLC for the duration of the contract with the NDA, and which is responsible for managing the delivery of site programmes. The Business Plan reflects our approved Strategy published in March 2006 and the additional responsibilities we have taken on since then for implementing Government policy on the long-term management of low level and higher activity wastes. It sets out our key objectives and plans for delivering ourpriorities over the next three years. Progress against these will be reported in our Annual Report and Accounts.


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