August 2010

NAG submits comments on development near AWE to Boundary Hall inquiry

NAG has written to the Planning Inspector who will be conducting the Boundary Hall public inquiry to give our views on development in the vicinity of Atomic Weapons Establishment sites. Public safety must come first, according to NAG, and the Inspector should turn down the application for a proposed housing development close to the AWE Aldermaston perimeter fence on the Boundary Hall site. To read more about our views and find out how you can submit your views to the inquiry please click on the link above.

NAG submits comments on development near AWE to Boundary Hall inquiry

NAG has written to the Planning Inspector who will be conducting the Boundary Hall public inquiry to give our views on development in the vicinity of Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) sites. Public safety must come first, according to NAG, and the Inspector should turn down the application for the proposed housing development on the Boundary Hall site in Tadley, close to AWE Aldermaston's perimeter fence. Read NAG's letter to the inspector and find out how you can have your say by following the link above.