Update on Marine Planning Iteration 3
Hi, I am Andy Deary, head of compliance and enforcement for the UK Government’s Blue Belt programme. I am based in the Marine Management Organisation. There are a number of challenges we face, in terms of effectively monitoring large scale …
New technologies have the potential to represent, and indeed define, the lasting legacy of the Blue Belt Programme. If implemented effectively, with sufficient consideration given as to their application in the context of the fisheries enforcement issues the Overseas Territories …
The MMO has published a new research report looking at how and where marine plans are being used in decision-making by public bodies.
The Blue Belt Discovery Expeditions will visit three UK Overseas Territories between February and April.
Ports are essential to the UK economy and our ports sector is one of the largest in Europe. We answer some of the common questions about port development and the MMO’s role.
Marine planning iteration 3 engagement open now!
The Landing Obligation (also know as the discard ban) means that certain catches of fish are no longer allowed to be discarded at sea. The full Landing Obligation comes into force on 1 January 2019. We answer some common questions.
Marine planning surveys give you the opportunity to tell us how you think the plans are performing.
Introducing and explaining the new catch recording app for fishermen.
MMO and other marine-related news and developments which took place in October 2018. This included significant developments in Parliament and proposals on changes to laws.