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November 2014: Amy R update
Update on Amy R appeal.

November 2014: Byelaw Consutlation
Notice is hereby given: Cornwall Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority (Cornwall IFCA) intends to apply to the Minister for the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs for the confirmation of the Closed Areas (European Marine Sites) Amendment No.2 Byelaw.

October 2014: Cornwall IFCA takes over the Fal fisheries
Cornwall IFCA becomes the regulating authority for the Fal oyster and mussel fisheries.

Sept 2014: Recreational Sea Angling public meeting.
A report has been published on a public consultation meeting, which was held on 10 July 2014. At this meeting the recreational anglers and other interested parties were asked to help Cornwall IFCA develop a Recreational Sea Angling strategy.

Sept 2014: Local Nature Partnership seeks board members
The Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Local Nature Partnership (CIoSLNP) is a crosscutting
Partnership to provide a strategic vision and strategy for the environment of
Cornwall and Isles of Scilly.

August 2014: Defra Under 10m Consultation
Defra is Seeking views on proposals to give England’s under 10m fishing fleet the option to have an annual Fixed Quota Allocation (FQAs).

July 2014: New Chief Officer
Sam Davis has been appointed as the new Chief Officer of Cornwall IFCA, and will be shadowing the current chief untill March 2014.

July 2014: Auction of Gill Net
Cornwall IFCA is offering for sale five lengths of rigged gill nets. The sale will be by sealed bid auction with submissions required by 5pm on Wednesday 30 July 2014.

July 2014: New Byelaws
Notice is hereby given: Cornwall Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority (Cornwall IFCA) intends to apply to the Minister for the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs for the confirmation of the Closed Areas (European Marine Sites) Amendment Byelaw and the Lobster, Crawfish and Crab Fishing Byelaw.

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