Welcome to the Nuclear Free Local Authorities website. We hope you find the information here useful.
In the following pages you will find details about the range of NFLA research, policy and legal work.
This work is designed to assist local government in meeting its commitment to sustainable development, environmental protection and public safety.
3 November 2014 Hiroshima trees sprout hope and peace in Manchester
8 October 2014 NFLA is extremely disappointed with European Commission decision to approve modified UK Government Hinkley Point state aid deal and it welcomes proposed Austrian legal challenge of the decision
NFLA All Ireland Forum business meeting & seminar - Ireland's future energy policy and UK nuclear update, Dublin City Hall, 12 December 2014
For information on coming events contact the NFLA Secretary on 00 44 (0)161 234 3244.
NFLA 2014 Annual General Meeting, Steering Committee and Policy Seminar, Diamond Jubilee Room, City Chambers, 253 High St, Edinburgh, EH1 1YJ, Friday November 28th, 2014
Nuclear Free Local Authorities Welsh Forum Autumn Seminar 2014: Hinkley, Wylfa, radwaste policy, Council energy policies and Trident - key progress and new developments, Syndicate Room K, City Hall, Gorsedd Gardens Road, Cardiff, CF10 3ND, Friday 7th November 2014
Nuclear Free Local Authorities Scotland Seminar: Nuclear decommissioning, nuclear risks and alternative energy futures in Scotland - positive ways forward, Perth City Chambers, High Street, Perth, Friday 31st October, 2014, 12.30pm - 3.00pm
NFLA English Forum Autumn Seminar: Aldermaston & Burghfield, nuclear weapon convoys & proliferation - safety, emergency planning & wider issues, Oxford Town Hall, Friday 24th October 2014
5th Viennese Nuclear Symposium, 12th September 2014
NFLA Energy Policy Briefings
NFLA Policy Briefing 90: Realising a Welsh ‘Renewables Revolution’ in future energy policy, 14th September 2011
NFLA Policy Briefing 89: Realising the Scottish ‘Renewables Revolution’ in energy policy, 16th September 2011
NFLA Policy Briefing 87: How Ireland can benefit from a ‘Renewables Revolution’ in its future energy policy, 1st September 2011
NFLA Policy Briefing 86: Realising an English ‘Renewables Revolution’ in future energy policy, 8th August 2011
What does the NFLA do?
NFLA Monthly Newsletters
NFLA Newsletter Vol 6 Issue 11, November 2014
NFLA Newsletter Vol 6 Issue 10, October 2014
NFLA Newsletter Vol 6 Issue 9, September 2014
NFLA Annual Newsletter
Low Level Radiation Conference
Submissions to the Nuclear New Build Consultations
Nuclear Safety Report on the Implications of the Fukushima Daiichi Incident Submission by the Nuclear Free Local Authorities in Advance of the Final Report; Apenndix 1; Appendix 2 Additional addendum (September 2011)
New Nuclear Monitor Briefings
NFLA General Policy Briefings
NFLA Policy Briefing 128: Summary of NFLA Steering Committee, AGM and Annual Policy Seminar, Edinburgh City Chambers, 28th November 2014, 10 December 2014
NFLA Policy Briefing 127: NFLA concerns over the reliability of aging nuclear reactors in the UK, 9 December 2014
NFLA Policy Briefing 126: Summary of NFLA Steering Committee, Manchester Town Hall, 3rd October 2014 , 17 October 2014
NFLA Policy Briefing 125: Development of Local Authority Energy Service Trusts / Companies - part of the answer to a new energy revolution?, 18 August 2014
Consultations & Inquiries
NFLA Submission to NDA Draft Strategy Consultation (November 2010)
Radioactive Waste Briefing
Issue 52 Model Response to Consultation by SEPA on an Application by EDF Energy Nuclear Generation Limited for Changes to the Authorisation covering the disposal of Radioactive Wastes from Hunterston B and Torness Power Stations (August 2014)
NFLA co-operate with Mayors for Peace on nuclear weapons non-proliferation issues
NFLA co-operate with KIMO International on nuclear issues and marine pollution
The NFLA are the UK & Ireland partner for Cities for a Nuclear Free Europe.
Nuclear Free Local Authorities initiated and part-fund a daily nuclear news monitoring service. Information about the service and how to subscribe can be found at: http://www.no2nuclearpower.org.uk/maillist/