NWCF News

September 2011 News and Events Update

The NW Coastal Forum’s September 2011 Newsletter, including open consultations, can be downloaded here:

Partnership Working in Support of Marine Spatial Planning in the Irish Sea

Over the course of spring 2011, the University of Liverpool, in collaboration with the North West Coastal Forum and the United Kingdom’s National Oceanography Centre, organised two events aimed at exploring stakeholder views on the future development of transnational partnership working to support co-ordinated marine spatial planning in the Irish Sea region. The work was

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August 2011 News and Events Update

Our August newsletter is now available to download by clicking on the title above.

July 2011 News and Events Update

The Forum’s July 2011 News and Events Update is available to download by clicking on the title above.

Coastal Access in the North West – Consultation

Following the Accessing the North West Coast workshop in June, the North West Coastal Trail project ran a consultation to produce an up-to-date picture of activity and opportunities which are contributing or could contribute to the creation of a continuous route for cyclists, horse-riders and pedestrians when accessing the North West’s coast. The consultation questions

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North West Coastal Trail Workshop Held in Morecambe

On Monday June 20, the North West Coastal Forum hosted ‘Accessing the North West Coast’, a workshop to discuss access along the North West coast with stake holders from the region and to promote the North West Coastal Trail vision. The event was attended by over 40 local stakeholders, who heard representatives from Sustrans, the

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May 2011 News and Events Update

The NWCF’s May e-newsletter is now available by clicking on the title above. It contains news and events relevent to Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM) across the North West, as well as national and international news.

News and Events Update Archive

For previous NWCF newsletters see our archive

March/April 2011 update

The March/April edition of the Forum’s News and Events Update is now available to download