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James Attwood Lecture November 2022

The challenges of decommissioning the Dounreay site and readying it for future use
10 November 2022 at 07:00 PM - 08:30 PM / Scotland / Highlands and Islands / Conference
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Date
10 November 2022 at 07:00 PM - 08:30 PM
Venue
Inverness Town House, Castle Wynd, Inverness, United Kingdom, IV2 3BJ
Price from
Free
Organiser
RTPI Highlands and Islands | [email protected]

This event is part of a series of annual lectures presented by  the Continuing Professional Development in Construction (Highland and Islands) group, in memory of one of its founding members, the late Professor James Attwood, OBE, FCIOB who gave the first lecture in 1988. The member institutions of the group take it in turn to organise the event and in 2022 it is RTPI’s turn. 

Adreain Gill – Head, Interim Endstate Delivery at Dounreay Site Restoration Limited, will provide background to the Dounreay Nuclear Research Establishment, before focussing on the challenges of decommissioning the site and readying it for future use. Following this there will be opportunity for delegates to ask questions.

Inverness Town House is at the corner of Castle Street and High Street, Inverness - ///statue.nation.storm

We are very grateful to our event sponsor this year, Dounreay Site Restoration Limited.

Refreshments and light buffet will be available upon arrival from 18:30.

The event is open to all and free to attend, but booking is essential.

If you have any particular accessibility or dietary requirements, please let us know when submitting your booking request and we will try to accommodate these.

The event organisers are hoping to make available a recording of the event – details will be announced when available. Please note: the event will not be livestreamed.

Core CPD Framework

Infrastructure Planning & Economic Development

By attending this event you will:

  • Hear about the most recent developments on the Dounreay site.
  • Understand the requirements within the planning system as they apply to a unique and nationally significant site remediation and restoration process.
  • Understand the challenges and opportunities of inter professional working that apply to a project of this nature.

Environmental Planning

By attending this event you will:

  • Gain perspective on the Environmental Impact Assessment considerations that accompany the site restoration process.
  • Hear about the path of the site towards future green uses and infrastructure.