South Gloucestershire and Stroud College hosted the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority’s (NDA) National Stakeholder Summit.

More than 200 people with a common interest in the NDA gathered at the Berkeley campus from July 10-11.

Senior NDA officials made presentations, to industry and government experts and participants took part in interactive sessions and workshops to understand more about the issues affecting the nuclear decommissioning sector.

Those in attendance including the scientist, author and broadcaster Jim Al-Khalili OBE.

Group Chief Executive at SGS College, Kevin Hamblin, said: "SGS are delighted to have taken part of the UK's decommissioned nuclear estate which was struggling to find future investment and turn it into a vibrant and thriving educational and business community.

“It is less than 10 months since we completed the works to create the SGS Berkeley campus, the first phase of new development at Gloucestershire Science and technology Park. I am delighted how far we have come in such a short period of time.

It was a privilege to welcome so many people from the nuclear industry to Berkeley, so we could showcase what can be achieved by education, business and the wider community working together to create a brighter future."