Consultation outcome

HMS Victory 1744: Options for the Management of the Wreck Site

This consultation has concluded

Download the full outcome

Summary of responses and the government’s proposed way forward.

This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology. Request a different format.

If you use assistive technology and need a version of this document in a more accessible format please email publications@culture.gsi.gov.uk quoting your address, telephone number along with the title of the publication ("Summary of responses and the government’s proposed way forward. ").

Detail of outcome

Summary of responses to the consultation seeking views on HMS Victory 1744: Options for the Management of the Wreck Site

Original consultation

This consultation ran from 25 March 2010 12:00am to
30 June 2010 11:45pm

Summary

We want your views on the how the wreck site of HMS Victory should be managed.

Documents

HMS Victory 1744: Options for the Managagment of the Wreck Site

This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology. Request a different format.

If you use assistive technology and need a version of this document in a more accessible format please email publications@culture.gsi.gov.uk quoting your address, telephone number along with the title of the publication ("HMS Victory 1744: Options for the Managagment of the Wreck Site").

HMS Victory 1744: Options for the Managagment of the Wreck Site

This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology. Request a different format.

If you use assistive technology and need a version of this document in a more accessible format please email publications@culture.gsi.gov.uk quoting your address, telephone number along with the title of the publication ("HMS Victory 1744: Options for the Managagment of the Wreck Site").

Consultation description

The wreck of HMS Victory, the third ship of that name and known as “Balchin’s Victory” after the Admiral who commanded it, was recently rediscovered in the English Channel, outside UK territorial waters.

Because of the unique importance of this Sovereign Immune wreck site for British naval heritage, the Ministry of Defence and the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) are issuing a public consultation paper on the possible future management approaches for the wreck site. DCMS will be coordinating responses to the consultation.

You can view a summary of responses to the consultation on the Department for Culture, Media and Sport’s archived website.

Help us improve GOV.UK

Please don't include any personal or financial information, for example your National Insurance or credit card numbers.