• News

    1. Volunteers wanted for the Great British Beach Clean

      05 September 2017 7:30

      The Marine Conservation Society are looking for volunteers to get involved in the 24th Annual Great British Beach Clean (a series of beach cleans around the British coastRead More >

    2. North Western IFCA are recruiting

      03 August 2017 12:35

      NORTH WESTERN INSHORE FISHERIES AND CONSERVATION AUTHORITY (NWIFCA) Critical challenging vacancies in front line fisheries management. NW England. Flexible time management. closing date 31 August. DEPUTY CHIEF &Read More >

    3. Pink Salmon Alert

      30 July 2017 11:48

      The Environment Agency has received unusually high and widespread reports of pink salmon catches this year in North East England, Scotland and Ireland. Non-native species have the potentialRead More >

    Current initiatives


    Consultation: Wash Fishery Order (1992) : Licence Fees
    The Authority is undergoing consultation on proposed increases to the WFO Hand-Work Licence Fees.
    The consultation will close at noon on Wednesday 18th October 2017.
    Further Information
    Impact Assessment

    Community Voice Project
    Through engaging stakeholders in thinking about the management of the marine environment we are looking to find common ground.  Click below to find out more.
    Voice Project Overview
    Community Voice Video
    Finding Common Ground on Coastal Conservation
    Community Voice Events

    Shrimp management measures
    Eastern IFCA intends to introduce management measures for the protection of sensitive habitats within the marine protected areas of The Wash and North Norfolk Coast.  The development of these measures has included informal consultation with the fishing industry including a workshop held on the 26th September 2016.  The outputs from the workshop will be used to develop proportionate and balanced measures which also protect important habitats.

    Click the link below to see the workshop report.
    Shrimp Workshop Report


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