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Brawdy Radar Station

Volume 172: debated on Tuesday 15 May 1990

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13.

To ask the Secretary of State for Defence if his Department will undertake further studies into (a) the health effects and (b) the environmental implications of the Brawdy radar.

46.

To ask the Secretary of State for Defence if his Department will undertake further studies into (a) the health effects and (b) the environmental implications of the Brawdy radar.

51.

To ask the Secretary of State for Defence if his Department will undertake further studies into (a) the health effects and (b) the environmenal implications of the Brawdy radar.

54.

To ask the Secretary of State for Defence if his Department will undertake further studies into (a) the health effects and (b) the environmental implications of the Brawdy radar.

The health and environmental implications of the over-the-horizon radar transmitter which we propose to locate at St. Davids airfield will be fully addressed in the environmental impact assessment which will be undertaken over the next few months.