Consultation outcome

Bathing waters review 2013: Heysham Half Moon Bay

This consultation was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

This consultation has concluded

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Summary of responses

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Detail of outcome

Heysham Half Moon Bay will be removed from the list of sites designated under the Bathing Water Directive because of very low usage for bathing.

Original consultation

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Summary

This consultation sought the public’s views on our proposal to remove Heysham Half Moon Bay from the list of bathing waters.

Documents

Summary of the evidence for dedesignation

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Defra’s guidance document

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Consultation description

This consultation sought the public’s views on our proposal to remove Heysham Half Moon Bay from the list of bathing waters designated under the Bathing Water Directive (76/160/EEC, revised by 2006/7/EC), following an application from Lancaster City Council.   

Evidence of facilities and usage at the site has been provided, together with the outcomes of a local consultation. Criteria for designation and dedesignation of bathing waters is also attached.