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Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009

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Notice effective from
9th January 2015, 00:51 to 8th February 2015, 00:51

Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009 Section 155 & 156
Notice is hereby given that in exercise of the powers conferred by the above Regulation, Southern Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority intends to apply to the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs for the confirmation of the following byelaws:
New Byelaw 'Fishing for Cockles'
This byelaw replaces the SSFC legacy byelaw 'Cockles' and was made by the Authority on 11 December 2014.
New Byelaw 'Poole Harbour Shellfish Hand Gathering'
This byelaw replaces the SSFC legacy byelaw 'Prohibiting on Use or Carrying a Shellfish Dredge, Scoop or Handrake in Certain Areas of Poole Harbour' and was made by the Authority on 11 December 2014. The byelaw introduces spatial and temporal closures for shellfish hand gathering within Poole Harbour.
Byelaw Revocation 'Carriage of Clams'
This SSFC legacy byelaw was introduced to support the Poole harbour Fishery Order 1985. The Order will be replaced by a permit byelaw, therefore making the byelaw redundant.
A full text of the above Byelaws and Impact Assessments can be inspected at, or obtained from: Southern IFCA, 64 Ashley Road, Poole, Dorset BH14 9BN or viewed on the Authority's website at www.southern-ifca.gov.uk.
Any person wishing to object to the confirmation of the above byelaws must send a statement of objection in writing to: Marine Conservation and Enforcement Team, Marine Management Organisation, Lancaster House, Hampshire Court, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE4 7YH (or IFCAbyelaws@marinemanagement.org.uk) within 28 days of the publication of this notice and must send a copy of this statement to: The CEO, Southern IFCA, 64 Ashley Road, Poole, Dorset BH14 9BN (or enquiries@southern-ifca.gov.uk).

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