Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA)

The NDA reports to the UK government and its work is sponsored by the UK government and the devolved administrations of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. It owns the nuclear sites and installations that are under­going decommissioning and the low level waste repository (LLWR) near

Drigg in Cumbria. In Scotland it owns Dounreay, Hunterston A and Chapel — cross sites. The NDA produces a UK-wide strategy for its whole estate (NDA, 2011b). The strategies for decommissioning the Scottish sites and the associated RAW management arrangements are agreed with the Scot­tish government.

All decommissioning and radioactive waste management at NDA’s Scot­tish sites is funded by the NDA which is financed by the UK government. Justifications and business cases for expenditure of public funds on NDA’s Scottish activities have to be made in accordance with UK Government Treasury rules and procedures (UK Government, 2003).

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