Oldland, Andrew
April 2012
EG: Estates Gazette;4/7/2012, Issue 1214, p54
Trade Publication
The article discusses the impact of the marine licenses issuance system of the British Marine Management Organisation (MMO). MMO was created through the 2009 Marine and Coastal Access Act (MACAA) to replace the Marine and Fisheries Agency (MFA). MACAA's widening of the scope of activities requiring a license is addressed. Factors the MMO must have regard in determining whether or not to issue a license include protection of the environment and human health.


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