Bribes for Poss Lincolnshire Dump

Posted: 20th June 2022

Those behind potential plans for a nuclear storage facility in Theddlethorpe have said local

people will be able to have their voices heard in response to opposition
groups’ fears they will be left out. The Theddlethorpe Geological Disposal
Facility (GDF) Nuclear Working Group also denied members would be forced to
sign a non-disclosure agreement. The Guardians Of The East Coast (GOTEC) and
the Nuclear Free Local Authorities (NFLA) groups have both expressed fears that
the wording of the application process for a new Community Partnership will see
locals left out of the process. The partnership will examine the plans for the
siting of the Geological Disposal Facility in Theddlethorpe in more detail and
will create a vision for the long-term wellbeing of the community. Not only
that, but it would also oversee Community Investment Funding in the area with
an initial sum of up to £1m per year available to fund initiatives to drive
economic development, improve the local environment, or the community’s
well-being. Campaigners said the wording of the recruitment pack emphasised
positivity around the GDF and thereby excluded those against the plans from
being able to play a part.

The Lincolnite 17th
June 2022

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