Consultation outcome

Falmouth Bay to St Austell Bay potential Special Protection Area (pSPA): consultation outcome

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Falmouth Bay to St Austell Bay SPA: consultation report

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Falmouth Bay to St Austell Bay SPA: final map area

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Falmouth Bay to St Austell Bay SPA: citation

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Detail of outcome

This consultation concluded on 21 July 2014. The outcome report, final map area and site citation are attached on this page.

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Original consultation

Summary

Consultation on Falmouth Bay to St Austell Bay as a potential Special Protection Area (pSPA) for overwintering waterbirds.

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Consultation description

The Falmouth Bay to St Austell Bay potential Special Protection Area (pSPA) is recommended for internationally important populations of overwintering divers and grebes. This consultation is seeking views on the scientific case for black-throated divers, great northern divers and Slavonian grebes as features of the pSPA. We are also seeking views on the assessment of the likely economic and social impact of this proposal.

This consultation will be of interest to:

  • general public
  • tourism and recreational organisations
  • ports and shipping companies
  • fishing industry and associated bodies
  • environmental non-governmental organizations (NGOs)
  • relevant authorities.
Published 20 January 2014
Last updated 19 December 2017 + show all updates
  1. Consultation outcome report published.
  2. Change to consultation end date
  3. First published.