Making the most of the North West Coast

About the Forum

The North West Coastal Forum is a multi-sector partnership bringing together coastal stakeholders from across the North West to promote and deliver sustainable management and use of our coastline…

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Save the Date: Tying the Celtic Knot – creating lasting partnerships for the Celtic Seas, Dublin 18-19 October 2016

The Celtic Seas Partnership has announced the date of the third and final international workshop of the Celtic Seas Partnership project. The event will…

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National Coastal Access – North West Update

Natural England have produced their monthly update for June 2016 summarising the progress being made on delivery of coastal access in the North West.…

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Save the Date: Irish Sea Maritime Forum Biennial Conference – 28th September 2016

We are pleased to announce that the Irish Sea Maritime Forum’s Biennial Conference will take place this year on Wednesday 28th September at the…

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National Infrastructure Planning Round up for North West England

The Planning Inspectorate’s website has details of the following major infrastructure projects in the coastal or marine area of North West England. Follow this…

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Morecambe Bay Shifting Sands Symposium – 18th & 19th July 2016

Morecambe Bay Partnership is hosting a two day ‘Shifting Sands Symposium’ to be held on the 18th and 19th July in Kendal, Cumbria. The symposium…

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Job: SIMCelt Solway Project Support Officer

Closing date: 5pm Monday 27th June. The Solway Firth Partnership are advertising a new job: SIMCelt Solway Project Support Officer. The fixed term job,…

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Call for Abstracts: Coasts, Marine Structures and Breakwaters 2017: Realising the Potential

Call closes 30th June 2016 This is the eleventh conference in the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) 4-yearly Breakwaters series and will take place…

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Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management (FCERM) News – May 2016

The newsletter for the Defra, Environment Agency, Natural Resources Wales and the Welsh Government Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management (FCERM) Research and Development…

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