Read the latest CMPP newsletter here.
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.
The Statement of Public Participation (SPP) for the Clyde Regional Marine Plan has been given Ministerial approval. The SPP sets out a timetable for plan development and provides details of opportunities for engagement and participation with the development of the Regional Marine Plan. It also describes the stages of plan development and what these stages will involve, […]
Sign up via this website to the 2018 Sniffer Flood Risk Management Conference, which will be taking place in Glasgow at the Technology and Innovation Centre. Conference sessions will include: coastal flood risk, surface water management, and innovation in flood risk management, as well as the latest policy updates.
The November newsletter from the CMPP is available to read here. Don’t forget you can also subscribe to the mailing list and access all the back issues here.
The next CMPP event will be an Aquaculture working group meeting on Tuesday the 7th November, in Balloch at the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park Office. This will be the first meeting of this working group to discuss aspects of regional marine planning relating to aquaculture and will contribute to policy development for […]
The CMPP is beginning to have discussions on different options for regional policy across the various issues and sectors. These discussions will be kicking off with a meeting of the Navigation and Associated Infrastructure working group on the 18th September. This group will consider aspects of the regional marine plan relating to shipping, ports, harbours […]