This month saw good news for one of our Board Members and we also welcomed a new recruit. Representatives for the Blue Belt programme visited UK Overseas Territories and the MMO was mentioned in the Government's 25 Year Environment Plan. …
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Marine sand and gravel extraction plays an increasingly important role in meeting the nation’s need for construction aggregate. New guidance to support the industry's long-term future and protect the environment and other seabed interests.
The MMO will work with the Environment Agency and Natural England to provide an efficient, consistent service that supports sustainable growth in the Tees Estuary.
I am the Director of Marine Licensing and have been with the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) for 6 months.
The Marine Licensing team often carries out interchange sessions with customers and organisations with an interest in our work.
Marine aggregates are an important resource for England and Wales, and there is a long history of marine aggregate extraction in our waters.
Changes to the marine licence application system to help people to work out whether they need consent and in some cases obtain a self-service licence online.
To help explain more about our varied marine licensing remit we take a brief look at a selection of activities carried out by the team in early 2017.
Dr Shaun Nicholson, Head of Marine Licensing at the Marine Management Organisation (MMO), explains more about the decision-making process for applications and how the public can have their say on proposed activities.