Poole Harbour Dredge Permit Byelaw -
Opportunity to apply for new entrants

The application period for persons who wish to apply for a Poole Harbour Dredge Permit as a new entrant is open from

1st to 12th April 2019

The process and criteria for new entrants is outlined in the Poole Harbour Dredge Permit Access Policy 2019. The application form for new entrants should be read in conjunction with the procedure and criteria outlined in the Access Policy.
 
Please click here to view the Poole Harbour Dr
edge Permit Access Policy 2019.

Please click here for the Application Form

The application form and all required supporting information must be recieved by the Southern IFCA office no later than 

17:00 on Friday 12th April 2019

Completed application forms and supporting information should be sent to the office of the Southern IFCA at
64 Ashley Road, Parkstone, Poole, Dorset, BH14 9BN

 

 


 

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The IFCA Vision

Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authorities will lead, champion and manage a sustainable marine environment and inshore fisheries, by successfully securing the right balance between social, environmental and economic benefits to ensure healthy seas, sustainable fisheries and a viable industry.

Who We Are

Southern IFCA covers the inshore waters of Hampshire, Dorset and the Isle of Wight out to 6 nautical miles. We work both on land and at sea to balance sustainable fisheries with a sustainable environment.

Evidence

The District contains a diverse range of habitats and species within European Marine Sites and Marine Conservation Zones and our evidence collection ranges from impact surveys to habitat mapping and underwater video footage.

Compliance

Land and sea patrols monitor compliance with EU, national and local fisheries legislation and officers' conduct landing inspections and inspections at sea, as well as premises checks, often in close liaison with partner agencies

Engagement

Southern IFCA aim to be seen and heard by routinely engaging with stakeholders, local organisations and the wider public through open meetings, lectures, presentations and attendance at local open days.
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