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English Coastal Challenge Summit and Coastal Partnerships Network Annual Forum – 8 & 9 October, Southampton

The Coastal Partnerships Network, Coastal Communities Alliance and Local Government Association Coastal Special Interest Group will be hosting a second national summit on 8th October 2019. The aim of the English Coastal Challenge Summit is to bring together coastal communities from around the UK and the audiences of the three major coastal fora – Coastal

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Coastal Partnerships Annual Forum 2018 – 27 & 28 November, Cardiff

The Coastal Partnerships Network Annual Forum is the national Continuing Professional Development event for Coastal Partnership Officers, members of their Steering Groups or Boards, partner representatives and anyone who works, or is interested in working, in partnership on the coast. It provides up to date information on the latest legislation and key issues affecting or affected by

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Presentations available: ‘Across the Sands of Dee’ Cross-border Marine Planning & Partnership Workshop, Chester, 21st August

‘Across the Sands of Dee’ was a North West Coastal Forum workshop to explore cross border marine planning policy & partnership working for the Dee Estuary and Liverpool Bay. It was aimed at English and Welsh stakeholders with an interest in a wide range of coastal and marine issues and how these might be affected by

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Future Celtic Seas Collaboration

Updated post-event: Following on from the successful Celtic Seas Partnership project and ongoing work through the SIMCelt project and Irish Sea Maritime Forum, the Irish Sea Maritime Forum held a discussion on future work on Thursday 13th July at the University of Liverpool. This discussion brought at range of stakeholders together to develop mechanisms for future

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Catchment Based Approach Planning Workshops

The Catchment Based Approach (CaBA) support team are running a series of workshops for CaBA Partners to provide support and guidance for both the development of Catchment Plans and the capturing of the environmental, social and economic benefits of partnership working. Workshops will be held in the following locations on the following dates: Penrith – 31st Jan 2017

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Sandscapes Conference Presentations Available

The presentations from the North West Coastal Forum’s 2016 biennial conference: Sandscapes – Celebrating the Natural and Cultural Capital of Coastal Landscapes are now available to download below. Around 70 people attended a vibrant and interesting day covering working the benefits of working at a landscape scale and demonstrating what can be achieved, in the

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Solway Firth Partnership News – Winter 2016

The December 2016 newsletter from the Solway Firth Partnership (SFP) magazine ‘Tidelines’ is now available. The newsletter details successes between at the recent SFP and Solway Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) conference which detailed Energy, Marine Planning, Community and Landscapes and Marine Biodiversity. The newsletter also details an article written by Ann Linguard of ‘Solway Stories’

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Showing Support for Working Together at the Celtic Seas Scale

As the Celtic Seas Partnership project nears completion many of the stakeholders who have been involved with the project have told the project team that they would like to see face-to-face engagement at the Celtic Seas scale continue after the project finishes. In today’s economic climate, getting the resources to make this happen will be

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Coastal Partnerships Annual Forum 2016 – presentations available

The Coastal Partnerships Network Annual Forum is the national continuing professional development event for Coastal Partnership Officers, members of their Steering Groups or Boards and partner representatives. It provides up to date information on the latest legislation and key issues affecting or affected by coastal management and helps to showcase different aspects of the work

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State of Nature Report 2016 Published

The updated State of Nature Report has been published with the RSPB as a key partner in the report. 50 wildlife organisations have worked together to produce the report which provides a progress report for the UKs native wildlife. Key findings from the report are summarised here: Between 1970 and 2013, 56% of species declined,

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