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Objections to AWE planning notices

Anyone wishing to register an objection to the Notice of Proposed Development for a new high-powered laser facility at AWE Aldermaston should do so by 4 December 2003. See the lastest NIS Update for futher information.

Two new planning notices for Aldermaston

Two Notices of Proposed Developments for facilities at AWE Burghfield and Aldermaston have been received by West Berkshire County Council, one for the erection of new gas meter housings, packaged boiler houses and replacement electical substations at Burghfield. The other for a new laser facility at Aldermaston. Click here to read the October NIS Update containing further details.

Britain boosts nuclear bomb research

  • 09:30 24 May 2003
  • Exclusive from New Scientist Print Edition
  • Rob Edwards

Hundreds of extra scientists are being sought to work on Britain¹s nuclear bomb programme. Their job will be to maintain Britain¹s Trident warheads, to help ensure that new weapons can be designed in the future and to conduct joint research with the US.

Pangbourne pipeline closure (2005)

At the AWE public consultation last year, the Environment Agency required AWE to close the Pangbourne pipeline by 2005.

Hansard on AWE Aldermaston safety

5 Apr 2000 Column: 487W 

Mr. Rendel: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence if he will list the criteria against which the applications for the new contract to run AWE Aldermaston were assessed. [113668]

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