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.
7 July 2015 NFLA Scotland submission to the Scottish Government's radioactive waste policy is broadly supportive but is concerned around the ongoing transportation of spent fuel from Dounreay to Sellafield
For information on coming events contact the NFLA Secretary on 00 44 (0)161 234 3244.
NFLA Seminar in association with PNND, Nukewatch & CND Scotland: Post-UK election - how safe and secure are Trident submarines and should a like for like replacement programme take place?, Paisley, Friday 5 June 2015
Joint NFLA English Forum / Steering Committee seminar, Manchester Town Hall, 20 March 2015
NFLA All Ireland Forum Spring 2015 Meeting, Newry, 27 March 2015
Come to Welcome and Hear Mr Naoto Kan, Prime Minister of Japan at the time of the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster, Wylfa Power Station Gates / Anglesey Council Offices, Llangefni, 26 February 2015
What does the NFLA do?
NFLA Monthly Newsletters
NFLA Newsletter Vol 7 Issue 6, June 2015
NFLA Newsletter Vol 7 Issue 5, May 2015
NFLA Newsletter Vol 7 Issue 4, April 2015
NFLA Annual Newsletter
Low Level Radiation Conference
New Nuclear Monitor Briefings
NFLA General Policy Briefings
NFLA Policy Briefing 135: Summary of NFLA Steering Committee, Manchester Town Hall, 19th June 2015, 6 July 2015
NFLA Policy Briefing 134: From the Global to the Local: Meeting climate and energy targets in Scottish Local Authorities and further afield, 30 June 2015
NFLA Policy Briefing 133: Fukushima update and its impact on UK & European nuclear emergency planning, 29 June 2015
Radioactive Waste Briefing
Renewable Energy Alternatives to Nuclear Power & Council's role in Energy Policy
NFLA Policy Briefing 115: Tackling climate change with a low carbon energy policy the Scottish example
NFLA Policy Briefing 110: Fuel poverty, energy efficiency and the role of Local Authorities
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.
NFLA is a supporting organisation of the UK branch of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN-UK).
NFLA is also a supporting organisation of the Rethink Trident statement.
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/