Tag Archives: Partnerships

Coastal Challenge Summit, 24th April, London

The Coastal Partnerships Network, working the Coastal Communities Alliance and the LGA Coastal Special Interest Group, is hosting a Coastal Challenge Event on 24th April, in London. The North West Coastal Forum, through our involvement on the CPN Committee, is involved in the planning and delivery of this important and innovative event which will, for the

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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 will explore the management and monitoring of sand dunes and shingle around Morecambe bay with site visits to Walney Island the Fylde coast. The event is ran by a partnership which

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Last chance to book: Coastal Partnerships Network Annual Forum 2015, 17-18 November, Bristol

The CPN Annual Forum 2015 will take place in Bristol on Tuesday 17th and Wednesday 18th November. Running from lunch time to lunchtime, and including a conference dinner, the Forum will cover a diverse range of issues relevant to coastal management. There will also be an opportunity to take part in a joint field visit

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Celtic Seas Partnership – Help achieve Good Environmental Status in the Celtic Seas

The Celtic Seas Partnership encourages stakeholders to get involved in developing ideas and initiatives to achieve ‘Good Environmental Status’ in the Celtic Seas by 2020 in accordance with the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD). Resulting from a series of workshops, surveys and consultations with multiple stakeholders, the Partnership is now setting up five thematic task groups to

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Morecambe Bay Partnership needs your help – Bathing water survey

Morecambe Bay Partnership is currently conducting an ambitious project seeking to improve the quality of Bathing waters around the Morecambe Bay region. Morecambe Bay Partnership would like you to share your opinions and support their work through taking part in a survey. The survey is the second part of the research which is open until

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Programme Available! – Coastal Partnerships Network Annual Forum 2014

The North West Coastal Forum is delighted to announce that the Coastal Partnerships Network Annual Forum – the national CPD event for Coastal Partnership Officers, their Board and Steering Group members and the organisations that work in partnership with them – is being held here in the North West on 4th and 5th November in

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Severn Estuary Partnership – August 2014 Newsletter

The Severn Estuary Partnership has issued its August 2014 e-newletter. The contents of the e-newletter includes Partnership news -  highlighting the work carried out in August- and Estuary News, including articles on assessing noise impacts on marine mammals, the Wales Coastal Footpath, the arrival of tall ships in Gloucester for Hollywood filming, dredging of the Rivers Parrett and

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Coastal Partnerships Network Newsletter Spring 2014

The Spring 2014 Coastal Partnerships Network newsletter is available to download below. It contains a round up of Coastal Partnerships Network activity including the meeting with the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for the Environment, George Eustice, MP in March which Caroline Salthouse of the North West Coastal Forum took part in, together with work on development of

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Updating the Wales Coastal Directory

Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum (PCF) and the Severn Estuary Partnership (SEP) have been working on behalf of the Wales Coastal and Maritime Partnership (WCMP) to undertake a review of coastal groups and fora across Wales, updating work done by Cardiff University in 2005.  The aim is to produce an up-to-date Wales Coastal Directory summarising key information about each

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Irish Sea Maritime Forum – conference outputs and future programme available

Following the successful launch of the Irish Sea Maritime Forum at Titanic Belfast in June a conference report summarising the outputs of the workshop sessions and a future programme of activity has been produced. This report, together with presentations from the event, can be accessed through the project page on this site or by clicking

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