Kittiwake nesting towers The team granted a marine licence for a project that was the first of its kind, the installation of nesting structures for kittiwakes in Lowestoft. Ørsted is preparing to build its Hornsea Three wind farm off the …
Gareth Hern, MMO
The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) has issued a number of environmental, economic and socially important marine licences in the last few months as part of its role as England‘s regulator for marine licensable activities. Each marine licence application is carefully …
The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) is now a member of The Crown Estate’s recently launched Offshore Wind Evidence and Change Programme.
A Marine Planning Iteration 3 engagement summary is available to view now.
Our marine planning Iteration 3 engagement is coming to an end.
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This summer sees the launch of a unique partnership between the Marine Management Organisation (MMO), Natural England and Macmillan Children’s Books.
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Illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing is estimated to cost over £8.5 billion a year globally. We work closely with EU Member States and third countries to help tackle this. Read more about our recent discussions in Vigo, Spain.
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- Latest news from MMO's Marine Licensing Team 17 November 2023
- Marine Planners from the Marine Management Organisation visit the Isles of Scilly 24 October 2023
- Scientific dispensation request granted for King Scallop fishing trial 26 September 2023