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    1. Final Report of the Sea Angling 2016 – 2017 Project published

      03 July 2020 12:53

      Cefas have, today, released the final report on the Sea Angling 2016-17 Project.  To view the press release on the government website click here.   This report providesRead More >

    2. Highly Protected Marine Areas Report Published

      10 June 2020 10:27

      In June 2019, the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs announced a review to examine whether and how the strongest protections for areas of sea,Read More >

    3. June Authority Meeting Cancelled

      22 May 2020 16:59

      It has been decided to cancel the next meeting of the full Authority as a consequence of the Covid-19 restrictions. The meeting was scheduled for Wednesday 10th JuneRead More >

    4. Covid-19 and Delays to Management       

      06 May 2020 11:57

      This update is to advise on the status of our current work towards developing management measures for potting activity on the Cromer Shoal Marine Conservation Zone (MCZ), andRead More >

    5. Marine Protected Areas Byelaw 2018: Now in Effect

      04 May 2020 16:10

      The Marine Protected Areas Byelaw came in to force on 2nd March 2020 and is now in effect as of 4th May 2020. This byelaw restricts certain typesRead More >

    6. The Domestic Seafood Supply Scheme (DSSS)

      01 May 2020 15:07

      Guidance which explains the Domestic Seafood Supply Scheme (DSSS), the types of projects that can be funded and how to apply is now available.   The Domestic SeafoodRead More >

    7. Fisheries Response Fund – support for fishing and aquaculture businesses

      21 April 2020 15:13

      On 17 April 2020 a £10 million financial assistance fund for England’s fishing and aquaculture businesses in response to Covid-19 was announced.   Two funds, both of whichRead More >

    8. Reports of dog illnesses on Norfolk beaches

      17 April 2020 14:06

      Pet owners are advised to take precautions to prevent dogs from eating dead animals washed up on beaches in Suffolk, Norfolk and Lincolnshire due to reports of dogsRead More >

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