Guidance

Lyme Bay and Torbay Site of Community Importance: marine conservation advice (UK0030372)

Find out if your activity, proposal or area of responsibility has a potential impact on the species and habitats in this marine protected area.

Documents

Lyme Bay and Torbay SCI: supplementary advice on qualifying features

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Lyme Bay and Torbay SCI: advice on operations - the impact of marine activity on sensitive features

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Detail

The content on this page is in beta and may be updated frequently.

This advice is draft. Once this advice is published as formal advice it becomes Natural England’s statutory advice. In the interim, the draft advice should be used as a basis for informing management and case work as it reflects the most up-to-date evidence held by Natural England.

Natural England will email interested partners and stakeholders inviting comment on the package. Full details will be included in the invitation.

Natural England’s marine conservation advice is made up of the following documents which are attached to this page:

  • site advice for Lyme Bay and Torbay Site of Community Importance (SCI) (UK0030372)
  • supplementary advice on conservation objectives
  • advice on operations

See the site maps on the MAGIC website

Refer to Conservation advice for Marine Protected Areas: how to use site advice packages for more information.