Statutory guidance

East Marine Plans

Marine plan for the east inshore and east offshore marine areas

Documents

Executive summary

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East Inshore and East Offshore Marine Plans

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Annex 1: Supporting information on the production of maps

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Analysis of the East Inshore and East Offshore Marine Plans

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The European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 will convert many EU measures into UK law. Former EU measures converted into UK law are referred to as ‘retained EU law’ with statutory instruments amending the retained EU law to ensure it is operable. References in this marine plan and supporting documents to EC or EU legislation, EU legislative requirements, European legislation and EU requirements are to be read as references to retained EU law from 1 January 2021. Unless otherwise indicated, a reference to a Directive, or provisions of that Directive, should be read as reference to the legislation which gave effect to the requirements of that Directive (or the provision of that Directive) in the UK, as amended. Such references will be updated when a decision is made to amend or replace the marine plan.

Published April 2014, the East Inshore and East Offshore Marine Plans provide guidance for sustainable development from Flamborough Head to Felixstowe.

Marine plans address the key issues for the area, setting a vision and objectives. Detailed policies set out how these will be achieved and how issues will be managed or mitigated. The policies inform decision-making for any activity or development which is in or impacts on a marine area.

Our Marine Information System (MIS) supports decision-makers and applicants using the East Marine Plans. It includes overview of each plan policy by sector and a searchable map of relating data and evidence.

In developing the East Marine Plans we have also published:

Published 11 June 2014
Last updated 17 December 2015 + show all updates
  1. East Plan Modification pack - Consultation responses added

  2. First published.