Research and analysis
The sensitivity of local communities to landward vehicle movements
- Marine Management Organisation
- Part of:
- Evidence and the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) and Marine environment
- First published:
- 14 March 2017
Evidence requirement R112: The sensitivity of local communities to landward vehicle movements
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Understand the impact of vehicle movements on land, linked to marine projects
Marine activities can have landward impacts but statutory advisors do not always have the information to advise marine regulators on these impacts.
The MMO would like to identify where and how landward vehicle/vessel movements are impacting on the marine environments. This should particularly explore the sensitivities of local communities and tourism to landward vehicle/vessel movements. It should also examine how these impacts can be assessed, allowing effective and appropriate consideration of these impacts within the licensing framework.
Marine licensing: To help to consider the full impact of vehicle movements for projects on land, linked to the marine area when determining licence application.
Natural England, Environment Agency, JNCC, Cefas
Published: 14 March 2017