Wylfa Newydd Nuclear Power Station

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Wylfa Newydd Nuclear Power Station

Received 08 August 2018
From Isle of Anglesey County Council on behalf of David Hughes School


We are a group of young people who go attend youth clubs in the Menai Bridge Area

Will local people get jobs? is there a specific amount of jobs allocated?
More people moving to the area - will they be looking for homes to rent out in our area?
How close will they need to live form Wylfa Newydd?
More people coming to visit the island and see the projects - an increase in tourists
More kids in schools
More traffic on the roads - Slower journeys over the Menai Bridge as this is already too long -
Will another bridge be built? if there is will this have an effect on the tourism in Menai Bridge?
Noise / pollution / dust / lighting

Questions to Horizon
How will they protect young people in the areas where these staff will be living? (child protection)
Will all staff members be DBS checked?
Will we be able to see the archaeological finds?
How much does it cost in total?
How will delays in the timeline be managed?
How will the sea quality and traffic be managed?
Where will all the boats be docking and will they be staying in the middle of the sea for a large amount of time?
Will our local schools be able to visit for Educational purpose?
will there be any apprenticeships opportunities?
What will happen to the current Wylfa?
How will electricity supply be managed during construction?
Will you be providing Welsh lessons / encouraging people who move here to learn Welsh?
What types of jobs will be available?
How old will we have to be work at Wylfa Newydd?