Engaging with Nuclear Decommissioning Authority: how to get involved

Find out how to understand and influence nuclear decommissioning where you live and work.

If you have an interest in the impact of nuclear decommissioning in the UK, we welcome your views.

If you have any questions or comments about engagement:

Stakeholder engagement

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Site Stakeholder Groups (SSGs), or their equivalents, are the interface between us, the local communities near our sites, and the site operator. They meet regularly and provide opportunities to:

  • ask questions
  • review, comment on and influence strategies, plans and achievements

Guidance for Site Stakeholder Groups

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How to register interest in NDA’s work

Every 5 years we revise our strategy and welcome your views.

In addition, we develop elements of our strategy continuously. At certain stages, we develop options on various issues. We seek views on these options, and then make recommendations.

During these stages, nuclear regulators, our operating companies and other stakeholders work with us. We develop and potentially change the strategic direction of nuclear decommissioning based on stakeholder input.

Each year we welcome your view on our draft business plan which:

  • reflects our published strategy
  • sets out main objectives and the progress the NDA expects across all its sites during the next three years, in line with the funding allocated by the Department for Energy, Security and Net Zero (DESNZ)

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Updates to this page

Published 12 February 2015
Last updated 1 September 2023 + show all updates
  1. Updated guidance document added

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