Holyhead marina in north Wales was severely damaged in Storm Emma earlier this year. There is a possibility that debris from the marina could wash up on the west coast of our shores. The debris may be carrying the invasive non-native species Carpet Sea Squirt Didemnum vexillum and so all relevant authorities across the UK are […]
9th June 2018 – Marine Litter workshop, Field Studies Council, Millport, Isle of Cumbrae, KA28 0EG. Time TBC. The aim of the workshop is the consider what is being done nationally around marine litter and to consider options for regional policy that will aim to support or add value to national policy to address this issue […]
Mobile species, including birds and noise workshop, 24th May 2018, The Lauriston Hotel, Ardrossan, KA22 8EA. Time TBC. The aim of the workshop is to review the main pressures and impacts on these species in the Clyde Marine Region, consider what is being done nationally (e.g. through the National Marine Plan and other policies and […]
Read the latest CMPP news and updates in the newsletter from March here – https://us12.campaign-archive.com/?u=9f2be5c0051af0e4c5beab7f8&id=b7312c4394.
Workshop on the condition of seabed habitats, fish and shellfish in the Clyde – Campbeltown, 20th April, 16.00-19.00, Kintyre Community Education Centre. To register for a place at the workshop please visit this Eventbrite page: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/clyde-marine-planning-partnership-14275933879. The ‘Clyde Marine Region Assessment’, describes the current condition of the Clyde, changes over time, and the sensitivities and […]
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The Clyde Marine Region Assessment is available to read on the website now. In addition to this, 2-page Topic Sheets have been created; as summaries of the information in several chapters of the Assessment. More information on the Assessment and the documents are available here.
This month, CMPP will be running four MSP Challenge events in Rothesay, Portavadie, Clydebank and Glasgow. Come along to this free event and have a go at being a marine planner by playing the Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) Challenge game. By playing the game, you will learn more about what we are doing and have […]
Images from Glasgow Museums’ photo library tell the story of both the city and the river and how they have been linked to each other for over two centuries. Find out more information here.
Check out the CMPP consultations and events page for information about events coming up in January and February.