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The Dounreay Stakeholder Group (DSG) is an independent body whose role is to provide public scrutiny of the Dounreay site, by providing an active, two-way channel of communication between the site operators, the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) and local stakeholders. The Ministry of Defence (MoD) site Vulcan is also part of the remit of the DSG.
To read the DSG's Terms of Reference click here: http://dounreaystakeholdergroup.org/files/downloads/download2758.pdf (amended on 16th March 2016)
I was honoured to be elected as
the DSG Chairman on 15th March 2017 and look to continue the positive work of
our previous chair.
Dounreay has been at the heart of our community for
over 50 years and while decommissioning work will continue for the next ten
years or so no-one should be in doubt that the site will ultimately close.
The DSG's remit is to play an
active role in overseeing and scrutinising the work of the NDA and the
operators of the Dounreay site, while also also considering the operations and
future options for the Vulcan site.
There is no doubt that as the
site winds down our county's economy will need to change and the work being
taken forward by the Caithness and North Sutherland Regeneration Partnership
(CNSRP) will be an important one going forward if we wish to see a healthy and
prosperous future for ourselves and, more importantly, for our future generations
to come. That is why we will continue to take a keen interest in the
socio economic activities of NDA and the site operators to ensure they are
fully aligned with CNSRP.
Roger Saxon, DSG Chairman
If you wish to contact the Dounreay Stakeholder Group you can do so by emailing the following:
Socio economics chair:
Site Restoration chair:
ONR revised Enforcement Management Model
DSG(2018)C017 - 11th Jun 2018
Scottish Sites Meeting
DSG(2018)C016 - 11th Jun 2018
DSG Socio Economic sub groupSub group meeting
25/07/2018 DSG Socio Economic sub group
DSG Site Restoration sub group
Sub group meeting
25/07/2018 DSG Site Restoration sub group
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