SIFT have released an Information Pack summarising its proposal for a Regulating Order (RO) for the Firth of Clyde to manage prawns, king and queen scallops only. The document is for members of the Firth of Clyde fishery and other stakeholders. It details the background, proposed governance structure and management measures.
Please follow the link to view the Information Pack on the proposed Clyde RO, Version 2:Information Pack on proposed Firth of Clyde Regulating Order, Version 2
SIFT has lodged with the Scottish Government an innovative proposal to revive the Firth of Clyde’s once great fishery. The proposal, for a Regulating Order under the 1967 Sea Fisheries (Shellfish) Act, aims to improve the Firth’s existing shellfish fishery and bring back its former finfish fishery.
Please follow the link to view the application: Firth of Clyde Regulating Order Application, October 2015
Please follow the link to view the associated economic report: Economic Impact of a Proposed Fisheries Regulating Order for the Clyde Sea.
Read the Aquaculture Information Pack for guidance on the inshore fish farm planning process. The Pack aims to help communities:
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Sustainable Inshore Fisheries Trust is a Registered Scottish Charity Number SC042334