Wylfa 'will have impact for a century'
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Wylfa Newydd 'will have impact for a century'

Developers of a new £10bn nuclear power station on Anglesey have unveiled a more compact design.

Horizon Nuclear Power has launched a third formal consultation on its Wylfa Newydd plans, including 17 public meetings and drop-ins.

The main power station would take up a smaller area, with more buildings shared between the twin reactors.

A single "carefully managed" campus for construction workers is now planned for the site, with about 2,500 beds and a capacity for 4,000.

Dylan Williams, Anglesey council's head of economic development, explains why the consultation is important.

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