News


Click here for archived news items
 

Cornwall IFCA is not responsible for the content of external websites.
 
The inclusion of a link to an external website from Cornwall IFCA should not be understood to be an endorsement of that website or the site's owners (or their products/services).
 

November 2016: Successful prosecution of scalloping vessel
On 23 November 2016, at Truro Magistrates Court, Cornwall IFCA successfully prosecuted the owner and master of the scallop dredging vessel Celtic Star CS1.

November 2016: Plymouth Sound and Tamar survey
Cornwall IFCA has been asked to circulate a survey on behalf of the Tamar Estuaries Consultative Forum.

Nov 2016: Sea Angling 2017
Sea Angling 2017, a study, run by Cefas and undertaken by Substance, seeks to get up to 1,000 sea anglers to keep an online diary of their fishing trips and catches as well as what they spend, throughout 2017.

October 2016: Successful prosecution of scalloping vessel
On 7 September 2016, at Truro Magistrates Court, Cornwall IFCA successfully prosecuted the owner and master of the scallop dredging vessel Morning Star P8

Sept 2016: River and Estuary netting byelaw
Formal Consultation opens on this byealw

Sept 2016: Manacles MCZ byelaw
Formal Consultation opens on this byelaw

Sept 2016: Recreational Angling Public Meeting

June 2016: Draft Permit Byealw

June 2016: Recreational Sea Angling Strategy
Cornwall IFCA has published its Recreational Sea Angling Strategy

April 2016: MMO Campaign targets Illegal sale of fish
Looks fishy? Don’t risk it. Buying fish through illegitimate sources damages the fishing industry, fish stocks and the long term future of the marine environment.2

April 2016: MMO to host marine planning meetings
The Marine Management Organisation is starting the next phase of marine plans, and would like to invite you to one of the marine planning events, taking place the week of Monday 11 April.

March 2016: New shellfish permit byelaw consultation
Formal Consultation on the Lobster, Crawfish and Crab Fishing Permit Bylaw.

Feb 2016: Harbour Porpoise Possible Special Area of Conservation Consultation - Public Stakeholder Events
As part of the ongoing public consultation regarding the proposals for harbour porpoise possible Special Areas of Conservation (pSACs), JNCC is hosting open public drop-in events.

Jan 2016: update on proposed netting byelaws
Update on the progress of proposed netting byelaws

Jan 2016: New restrictions on Bass fishing confirmed
New restrictions on fishing for bass come into effect from 00:01 on 29/01/16

Jan 2016: Consultation open on proposed new SAC
The UK Statutory Nature Conservation Bodies (SNCB) have identified important areas for harbour porpoise in UK waters, for possible designation as Special Areas of Conservation (SACs).

Jan 2016: New MCZ announced
The Government has announced a series of new Marine Conservation Zones

Dec 2015: Report on public meetings

© Copyright 2016 Cornwall Inshore Fisheries and Conservation AuthorityWeb Design By Toolkit Websites