RWM's plan to Implement Geological Dispoal

Darryl J Lee (Mr.) made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Office for Nuclear Regulation

This request has been closed to new correspondence from the public body. Contact us if you think it ought be re-opened.

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Dear Office for Nuclear Regulation,

Re: GDF / RWM.

This Request may be answerable under "normal business". My enquiry is concerned with (1) Who is to be Regulated and (2) When?

In this Request,
"Applicant" means an Applicant for a Development Consent Order;
"the Developer" means the organisation that, subject to development consent, will undertake the construction;
"Future Site operator" means a NSLC yet to be confirmed;
"current land owner" means a farming partnership;
"current option holder" means an investor / land promotor;
"future land owner" means {Probably] RWM or NDA. (leasing to the site operator).

Land upon which a Nuclear New Build is under construction (pursuant to a DCO) is a "Civil Nuclear Construction Site". Land upon which a Nuclear New Build is being considered or is proposed needs to be Regulated by the ONR at the design stage long-before it a CNCS.

Who is required to be Regulated? By which I mean: Is it: (a) the Applicant (b) the Developer (c) the [future] site operator or (d) the current land-owner or (e) the current “option-holder” or (f) the future land owner that will become required to be Regulated by the ONR (for the purposes of “design and build” OR is it the actual design and physical build itself that falls to become Regulated (not any person or organisation)?
At what point in a [potential] site's lifetime does (the land) or (the person with control) or (the design) need to be Regulated?

Yours faithfully,

Darryl J Lee (Mr.)

Office for Nuclear Regulation

Dear Mr Lee,

Thank you for your request for information below.

Your enquiry is being dealt with as a request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA)/The Environmental Information Regulations 2004 (EIR). Under the terms of the Act /Regulations you are entitled to a response within 20 working days of receipt.

We aim to provide a response to you by 11 August 2017.

If we cannot meet this deadline we will let you know the reasons and tell you when you can expect a response. In some circumstances a fee may be payable and if that is the case, I will let you know.

If you have any queries please contact me, via [email address] quoting the reference number above.

Yours sincerely

Linda Johnson

Policy and Communications Directorate
Office for Nuclear Regulation

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Darryl J Lee (Mr.)

Dear Office for Nuclear Regulation,

I have received a response from ONR in connection with a similar Request that answers this Request.

ONR need not reply to this Request.

I would therefore like to withdraw this Request.

Thank you

Yours faithfully,

Darryl J Lee (Mr.)