Wylfa Newydd Nuclear Power Station

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Wylfa Newydd Nuclear Power Station

Received 02 August 2018
From Gwynedd Archaeological Planning Service

Representation

Gwynedd Archaeological Planning Service (GAPS) represents the historic environment interests of North West Wales. GAPS provides advice to the Local Planning Authority (Isle of Anglesey County Council) on the archaeological implications of developments on the island and we have been monitoring the ongoing programme of archaeological work associated with this project over the last 9 years. The archaeology of Anglesey is rich and the impacts of a proposal of this scale on both upstanding Historic assets as well as below ground archaeological remains will be substantial. In general, it is expected that GAPS' representation will be through the advice to the local planning authority, however, it might also be necessary for GAPS to make independent representation on the DCO which is why we are registering as an interested party.