() has received a number of favourable assessments from various regulatory bodies in regard to permitting at its Salamanca uranium mine in Spain.
These include two assessments from the Nuclear Safety Council.
Berkeley is now awaiting the recommendation report from the Nuclear Safety Council to the relevant minister.
Meanwhile, as previously announced, Berkeley has been informed that the local municipality remains unable to award the Urbanism Licence due to a number of outstanding items. These outstanding items have been previously disclosed and are currently being addressed by the company.
As at the end of the six months to December 2018, Berkeley Energia had A$100mln in cash on the balance sheet.
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