An update on marine planning for England's seas.
Mel Nicholls, MMO Senior Marine Planner
Marine planning iteration 3 engagement open now!
Coastal Futures represents the task facing marine planning.
Mel Nicholls, Senior Marine Planner, outlines the revisions It is important that people have opportunities to get involved in the preparation of marine plans for areas in which they live, work or have an interest. The Statement of Public Participation (SPP) …
Mel Nicholls, Senior Marine Planner, outlines the revisions We believe it is important that people have opportunities to input to the development of the marine plans for the areas in which they live, work or have an interest. The Statement …
Mel Nicholls, Senior Marine Planner at the MMO, explains how consultation views are considered: The South Inshore and Offshore Marine Plans are currently being developed for the coast and seas from Folkestone to the River Dart in Devon. We recently …
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