18-19 June 2018
Packages available
etc.venues, County Hall, London SE1 7PB
To be confirmed

About Decom2018

About DECOM2018

Following on from the successes of NIA’s flagship conference Nuclear 2017 and the series of Nuclear New Build conferences, the NIA will hold its first decommissioning conference in 2018.  The conference aims to attract delegates from across the decommissioning sector and will look at reducing the nuclear liabilities, operational to decommissioning and waste in the UK and globally.

With a high calibre of speakers, excellent range of exhibitors and high volume of delegates expected to participate in this event it will be the leading decommissioning conference of 2018.


Sponsor/Exhibitor Information

Take advantage of the exhibitor opportunities on offer at DECOM2018. Enhance your company profile and network with a target audience whilst participating in the conference programme. Exhibition spaces will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

A range of sponsorship opportunities are on offer at Decom2018. These are initially open to NIA members, before opening to non-members. To secure a sponsorship or exhibition package you will be required to download and complete the booking form.

More Information

Conference  Agenda

Day 1 agenda – Monday 18 June


Registration and networking with brunch




Afternoon tea, networking and exhibition



17:30 (TBC)

Conference reception

19:00 (TBC)

Conference dinner

Day 2 agenda – Tuesday 19 June


Registration and networking




Lunch and networking




Conference close


Each person attending Decom2108 will be required to register to gain access. Please select the relevant payment option for you and complete all required details.

Please confirm whether you will attend:





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”As an exhibitor or attendee, the NIA events have proven to be the best run, best attended and most relevant to our sectors, whether new build or legacy decommissioning. The high status of the NIA within the UK nuclear industry, attracts key speakers from Government, developers & industry, ensuring relevance to the main issues facing us”

Steve Browning, Head of Nuclear Programmes, TÜV SÜD Nuclear Technologies

”NIA events are always at the top of our priority list when we choose where to exhibit – the support we get from the NIA team is always excellent and they pride themselves on their track record of well-organised and well-attended events.”

Adrian Bull, Director of External Relations, National Nuclear Laboratory

”We plan to exhibit at Decom 2018 because the NIA always deliver events with insightful presentations and great networking”

Nick Troughton, Head of NPD and Marketing, James Fisher Nuclear Limited




How do I get a delegate ticket for the event?
You can secure a ticket to attend the Decom2018 via the event website.  You will be required to select the appropriate ticket type and agree to the payment charge.  Once registered you will receive a confirmation email.
How do I pay for my delegate ticket?
Once you have submitted your delegate registration the event management team will be in touch to arrange Bacs or card payment.
How do I get an exhibitor ticket for the event?
All persons attending as an exhibitor need to have a name badge. As part of your exhibitor application you will be required to submit details.
Can I gain access to the event without prior registration?
All delegates and exhibitors are required to register and pay for their attendance prior to the event day. No access will be granted to those who simply turn up on the day.
How do I apply for an exhibition space?
To apply for an exhibition space, download and complete the exhibitor form. You will then be contacted by a member of the event management team to discuss your application.
Who can apply for an exhibition stand?
All organisations with a link to the decommissioning sector can apply for an exhibition space. Spaces are allocated to organisations on a first-come, first-served basis.
Is there a cost to exhibit?
All exhibition spaces carry a charge. You will also have the option to purchase additional equipment.
When can I set-up my exhibition stand?
Exhibition stands can be set-up the day prior to the event, 17th June 2018 from 6pm – 9pm (TBC) and between 7am and 9.30am on the event day.
Will I be able to get something to eat at the venue?
Refreshments and lunch will be available for delegates free of charge. The refreshment stations are located in the exhibition space.

Event Location

etc.venues County Hall 

Riverside Building, Belvedere Road,

Lambeth, London SE1 7PB 


The NIA has secured rooms at nearby hotels through InCorporate Venues.

Bookings can be made via, however if you have any queries, please call InCorporate Venues direct on +44 (0) 845 034 3383 or email

Contact Us

If you need further information or help about the event please get in touch with the event management team at Marick who’ll be happy to assist.

Stephanie McKenna
T: 0207 766 6651

Veronica Lekavicius
T: 0207 766 6648

Helen Smith
T: 0161 877 7693