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Who is on the Allerdale GDF Community Partnership

Mary Bradley

Interim Chair

Allerdale GDF Community Partnership

Mary is the independent Chair of the Allerdale GDF Community Partnership.
A Broughton Parish Councillor, Mary previously represented Cumbria Association of Local Councils on the Allerdale GDF Working Group.

Councillor Marion Fitzgerald

Allerdale Borough Council

Deputy Leader, Cllr Marion Fitzgerald said: “The Council recognises its responsibility to make sure that all of our residents have access to as much information as they need about the project and they feel that they are being listened to at the outset. Whether the Geological Disposal Facility (GDF) is eventually built here in West Cumbria or elsewhere in the country, that decision will affect Allerdale because the waste is already stored above ground in West Cumbria. That is why we decided to be involved and part of the discussion.”

Gordon Grant

Community Engagement Manager

Nuclear Waste Services

Nuclear Waste Services (NWS) is a public sector organisation established by government and responsible for planning and delivering geological disposal in the UK. For over 30 years they have been carrying out research and development into geological disposal. They also work with the companies that produce radioactive waste to help them safely package their waste now so that it will be suitable to go into a Geological Disposal Facility (GDF) in the future, helping to protect people and the environment.

Chris Shaw

Cumbria Association of Local Councils (CALC)

Cumbria Association of Local Councils (CALC) is a not-for-profit membership organisation, representing, training and advising the parish (including town) councils of Cumbria, who form the grass roots tier of local government in England. They offer members a resource of important, operational information and facilitate communication at all levels of the parish network - district, county, regional and national.

Richard Miller

Cumbria Chamber of Commerce

Cumbria Chamber of Commerce is a membership organisation and business network which exists to further the interests of small businesses in a local area. Their activities include hosting a varied programme of events for both members and non-members, lobbying local representatives and offering advice and business support.

Deborah Naylor

Inspira

Inspira is a leading employability skills expert, providing free, professional careers information advice and guidance to people in Cumbria.

They help local people into work, improve their skills and open new opportunities. Thier aim is to support disadvantaged people, help local communities to reduce inequalities which in turn will influence healthier, safer, and more sustainable local economies.

Mary Bradley

Interim Chair

Allerdale GDF Community Partnership

Mary is the independent Chair of the Allerdale GDF Community Partnership.
A Broughton Parish Councillor, Mary previously represented Cumbria Association of Local Councils on the Allerdale GDF Working Group.

Councillor Marion Fitzgerald

Allerdale Borough Council

Deputy Leader, Cllr Marion Fitzgerald said: “The Council recognises its responsibility to make sure that all of our residents have access to as much information as they need about the project and they feel that they are being listened to at the outset. Whether the Geological Disposal Facility (GDF) is eventually built here in West Cumbria or elsewhere in the country, that decision will affect Allerdale because the waste is already stored above ground in West Cumbria. That is why we decided to be involved and part of the discussion.”

Gordon Grant

Community Engagement Manager

Nuclear Waste Services

Nuclear Waste Services (NWS) is a public sector organisation established by government and responsible for planning and delivering geological disposal in the UK. For over 30 years they have been carrying out research and development into geological disposal. They also work with the companies that produce radioactive waste to help them safely package their waste now so that it will be suitable to go into a Geological Disposal Facility (GDF) in the future, helping to protect people and the environment.

Chris Shaw

Cumbria Association of Local Councils (CALC)

Cumbria Association of Local Councils (CALC) is a not-for-profit membership organisation, representing, training and advising the parish (including town) councils of Cumbria, who form the grass roots tier of local government in England. They offer members a resource of important, operational information and facilitate communication at all levels of the parish network - district, county, regional and national.

Richard Miller

Cumbria Chamber of Commerce

Cumbria Chamber of Commerce is a membership organisation and business network which exists to further the interests of small businesses in a local area. Their activities include hosting a varied programme of events for both members and non-members, lobbying local representatives and offering advice and business support.

Deborah Naylor

Inspira

Inspira is a leading employability skills expert, providing free, professional careers information advice and guidance to people in Cumbria.

They help local people into work, improve their skills and open new opportunities. Thier aim is to support disadvantaged people, help local communities to reduce inequalities which in turn will influence healthier, safer, and more sustainable local economies.