Somerset Young Planners are proud to announce their first of many events to support Young Planners in the county.
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This launch event will be a site visit to Hinkley Point C.
Hinkley Point C, on the Somerset coast, is the site of the first nuclear power station to be built in the UK for more than 20 years. This event will take attendees on a bus site tour of the biggest construction project in Europe, stretching across 430 acres and include a light lunch and refreshments. Planners from EDF Energy, Sedgemoor District Council and the Environment Agency will also be presenting on their role and experiences on the project. This will provide a useful CPD opportunity for Young Planners to find out more about this Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project.
Picture above is generic and not that of Hinkley Point.
For security reasons, spaces are strictly limited and all attendees will need a valid Passport or UK Photocard driving licence.
Venue / Meeting point
Meet at 10am at the HPC Cannington Park & Ride off the A39.
10:00 – Meet promptly at HPC Cannington Park & Ride to allow sufficient time to complete the necessary site safety and security requirements.
10:20 – Bus departs for Hinkley Point C
11:00 – Site Tour of Hinkley Point C
12:00 – Presentations, light lunch and refreshments.
13:00 - Depart site for the journey back to Cannington Park & Ride
13:45 – Arrive back at Cannington Park & Ride
Please follow the online booking prompts below.
Once your booking is received, RTPI South West will be in touch to collect some security information to pass onto EDF. Without this and valid ID, you will not be able to attend the visit.
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