A tourism boss claims the latest Wylfa Newydd construction proposals will put extra pressure on holiday accommodation on Anglesey during the 10-year build programme. Jim Jones, managing director of North Wales Tourism, says the dropping of proposals to place nuclear workers at the planned Land and Lakes sites in Holyhead could increase demand on other holiday accommodation. Under the new proposals there are expected to be up to 4,000 workers in a site campus (located next to Wylfa) and approximately 5,000 workers located off-site (3,000 in existing accommodation, and 2,000 home based workers).
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