Today it is announced that Hitachi have bought the rights to build a new generation of nuclear power plants at sites in the UK.
With Japan having lost faith in nuclear, Hitachi are having to look around for countries willing to allow new plants. The UK government is welcoming Hitachi with open arms.
The HQ for most of Hitachi's UK operations is near Maidenhead in Berkshire. Just along the M4 from other nuclear-related sites where hundreds of thousands of us have protested in the past - Burghfield, Aldermaston, Greenham Common, etc. So it is familiar territory - we all know the way there
The sites where Hitachi intend to build are detailed in today's various news reports. But I would think there is scope for Hitachi's own headquarters to become a protest zone - one that's not cordonned off by security fencing and guards (yet).
Hitachi do have numerous divisions with offices and production facilities at various other addresses. I've not yet gone through them identifying which ones have any connection with their nuclear work. Nor have I looked at which of their Maidenhead addresses might be the most appropriate focus of attention. But I'll be listening out for details of planned actions.