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Marine Planning Iteration 3 engagement

Marine plan development for the North West, North East, South West and South East areas follows an iterative process, from plan area selection to implementation and monitoring.

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Our Iteration 3 online engagement is open from Monday 21 January until Friday 29 March. This is the most comprehensive way to view and provide comments on the Iteration 3 products.

Between 29 January and 28 February we will be engaging on the Iteration 3 outputs for marine planning in the four areas mentioned above through a series of free to attend workshops. The workshops will support the online engagement and provide further opportunities to comment on the Iteration 3 products.

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The online engagement and workshops provide the ideal opportunity to check progress towards the development of the plans. The engagement on Iteration 3 outputs will focus on:

  • preferred draft policies
  • draft supporting text for policies including on implementation
  • the next steps in marine planning

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Places for workshops are limited and you can register below:

Marine Planning Iteration 3 engagement workshops

Area Location Venue Date  
North East Newcastle Copthorne Hotel 29 January Sign up
North East Redcar Tuned In! 30 January Sign up
South West Newquay Sands Resort 5 February Sign up
South West Totnes Dartington Hall 6 February Sign up
South West Taunton Taunton Racecourse 7 February Sign up
South East Chelmsford County Hotel 12 February Sign up
South East Chatham George Hotel 13 February Sign up
North West Carlisle Tullie House 27 February Sign up
North West New Brighton Floral Pavilion 28 February Sign up

You can find more information on marine planning on GOV.UK and if you want to talk to us please contact: planning@marinemanagement.org.uk.

 

 

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