Through marine licensing, the MMO plays a key role in providing advice and making decisions on what happens in England’s seas. There are many things to consider when handling marine licence applications, from protecting the marine environment to helping the …
On 5 May 2022 changes will be made to the marine licensing application process as part of the Marine Management Organisation’s (MMO) continuous improvement programme. What will change for customers? Customers submitting a new application will be provided with a …
Climate change is bad news for everyone, from the prospect of fewer and smaller fish in the sea to the communities that will be affected by coastal erosion and flooding. I don’t think there has ever been such awareness of …
The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) is now a member of The Crown Estate’s recently launched Offshore Wind Evidence and Change Programme.
Manager of the Thames Tideway Tunnel project, Hannah Towner on the importance of working together with marine licence applicants.
Online improvements made to the Marine Management Organisation's marine licensing process.
Details on changes to our marine licensing services.
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.
Integrated Marine Management Manager, Dr Emily Hardman, provides us with an insight into one of the smallest populated UK Overseas Territories, Pitcairn Island.
Paul Kirk, Service Designer at the MMO, discusses his first 6 months in the role and working with the fishing industry to develop the export process.