Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (Cefas)
Get permission or a licence to trap crayfish, eels, elvers, salmon, sea trout, lamprey and smelt: how to apply and authorisation rules.
Get consent to introduce (site permit) or remove fish (excluding fish farms): application forms and rules.
What you need to do to import live fish, molluscs and crustaceans (shellfish): authorisation and health certificates.
Reduce the risk of disease, find out where notifiable diseases have been confirmed in England and Wales.
The Blue Belt programme supports delivery of the UK government’s commitment to provide long term protection for the marine environment.
Apply for a licence to introduce, keep or farm non-native fish, lobsters and crayfish.
Serious or notifiable diseases must be reported to the Fish Health Inspectorate (FHI).
Enabling safe and sustainable marine economies across Commonwealth Small Island Developing States (SIDS).
Check for listed disinfectants for aquaculture; or apply to have your product listed.
Cefas Standard Terms and Conditions of Contract for Services
How to get authorised to set up a fish, shellfish or crustacean farm: application process, conditions and records you must keep.
How importers and exporters of live aquatic animals for aquaculture and ornamental purposes should prepare if the UK leaves the EU with no deal
The Pacific Marine Climate Change Report Card 2018 and a series of supporting scientific review reports.
What you need to do to import live members of the order Caudata (salamanders and newts): appropriate establishments and health certificates.
This page provides fact sheets and documents relating to CME programme activity in Vanuatu.
Information on the CSSF blue belt programme, delivered by the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (Cefas) and the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) with the UK Overseas Territories.
Check if you need a certificate to export live fish, molluscs, crustaceans and amphibia for aquaculture and ornamental purposes
This page provides fact sheets and documents relating to CME programme activity in Papua New Guinea.
This document gives an overview of progress made in the first 2 years of the programme.
This page provides fact sheets and documents relating to CME programme activity in the Soloman Islands.
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