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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Solway Marine Planning Animation

Solway Firth Partnership has produced an animation as part of the Marine Management Organisation’s ‘Enhanced Stakeholder Engagement’ project. Kyla Orr, an experienced freelance marine…

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Across the Sands of Dee 2019 Presentations and Workshop Summary

Across the Sands of Dee 2019 was an event delivered by the North West Coastal Forum as part of the Marine Management Organisation’s Enhancing…

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Welsh National Marine Plan Published

The Welsh Government has published the Welsh National Marine Plan – Wale’s first ever strategic plan for marine management. Minister for Environment, Energy and…

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Ireland launches consultation on the draft National Marine Planning Framework

Closes noon, 28th February 2020 The Irish Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government have launched a public consultation on the draft National Marine…

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Consultation: River basin planning: Challenges and Choices

Closes 11:45 pm,  24 April 2020 The Environment Agency is holding a consultation in preparation for the 2nd 6-yearly update of the River Basin…

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Marine Strategy Part One: UK Updated Assessment and Good Environmental Status and a Summary of Responses October 2019

As a result of the consultation which took place earlier this summer Defra has, in October 2019, published an updated Marine Strategy Part One:…

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Innovative Wave Hazard Measurements Being Made at a Coast Near You – Evening Event, 27th November, Liverpool

What are you up to on 27th November 6 – 8 pm? If you’re in Liverpool why not go along to the University of…

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NW Coastal Access Update

Natural England has produced their October update on progress in developing the English Coast Path on the North West’s coast. There is a lot…

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