Consultations and events


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For further detail on the stages of development of the Regional Marine Plan and associated opportunities to engage and input into plan development, please read the Statement of Public Participation, available on the Clyde Regional Marine Plan page.

Upcoming events

There are no events planned at this time.

Past events

Event detailsLocation, time and date
Marine litter workshop - Open session 9th June 2018, Field Studies Council Millport, Isle of Cumbrae, 10:30-15:00
Sport, Recreation and Tourism working group meeting 4th June 2018, IET Teacher Building, Glasgow 10:30-13:00
Mobile species including birds and noise workshop - Open session24th May 2018, The Lauriston Hotel, Ardrossan, 10:30-14:45
Aquaculture working group meeting 1st May 2018, LLTNP Office, Balloch, 13:00-16:30
Workshop on the condition of seabed habitats, fish and shellfish in the Clyde. This workshop was run as part of the Clyde 2020 project - Open session20th April 2018, Kintyre Community Education Centre, Campbeltown, 16.00-19.00
Fisheries joint working group meeting between the West Coast Regional Inshore Fisheries Group, CMPP and Clyde 2020 group22nd March 2018, IET Teacher Building, Glasgow, 10.30-15.00
Understanding Marine Planning: Marine Spatial Planning Challenge interactive game sessions - Open events23rd February 2018, Glasgow, Riverside museum, 18:00-20:30
22nd February 2018, Clydebank, Clydebank Town Hall, 18:00-20:30
20th February 2018, Portavadie, Portavadie Marina, 18:00-20:30
19th February 2018, Rothesay, Victoria Hotel, 18:00-20:30
Navigation and Associated Infrastructure working group meeting2nd February 2018, Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow. 10.00-13.00
Workshop on the condition of seabed habitats, fish and shellfish in the Clyde. This workshop was run as part of the Clyde 2020 project - Open session27th January 2018, The Lauriston Hotel, Ardrossan. 12.30-15.00
Streamline schools engagement sessions with 14-16 year olds, to gain input into marine planning. These sessions utilised the 'Streamline' approach, a novel technique that takes an interactive approach to interviewing people. To read the final report of this work, please visit: 5th, 7th & 8th December 2017, Lochgilphead Joint Campus, Lochgilphead
30th & 31st November 2017, Arran High School, Lamlash
28th & 29th November 2017, Marr College, Troon
Aquaculture working group meeting7th November 2017, LLTNP Office, Balloch, 10.30-15.30
Public Dialogue Process - This process involved people from two communities in the Clyde (Tarbert and Greenock) to discuss marine planning and the potential approach for policy. To read the full report of this work visit: These sessions were held in Tarbert on the 23rd and 30th September and in Greenock on the 14th and 28th October 2017.
Navigation and Associated Infrastructure working group meeting18th September 2017, Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow. 10.30-15.30
Marine Spatial Planning challenge introductory game – Targeted workshops working with divers and rowers to introduce marine planning and develop understanding.7th July 2017, Royal West of Scotland Amateur Boat Club, Greenock, 18.30-21.00
5th July 2017, Arran High School, Lamlash, 18.30-21.00
4th July 2017, Riverside Museum, Glasgow, 18.30-21.00
Marine Spatial Planning challenge introductory game – open session.24th May 2017, West of Scotland College, Greenock, 11.00-12.30
23rd May 2017, Arrochar Three Villages Hall, 19.30-21.00
23rd May 2017, Lochgilphead Community Centre, 12.30-14.00
Clyde Marine litter symposium (open event), marine litter workshop examining status of the issue and exploring policy options.26th November 2016, FSC Millport, 10.30-15.30
Marine Spatial Planning Challenge game tester session with University of Glasgow students.15th October 2016, FSC Millport, 10.30-15.30