Commencement of the 2022/2023 Permitted Scallop Dredge Fishery

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(ELSI) Project Update - December 2022

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Welcome
to the North Eastern Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority

From rugged chalk cliffs full of nesting seabirds to rocky reefs teeming with crabs and lobsters, the marine environments of the North East coast of England are amongst the best examples in the UK. Our seas support the livelihoods of local commercial fishermen and their communities and provide a destination for hobby fishers targeting fish and shellfish.

NEIFCA is responsible for the sustainable management of fisheries and fisheries activities, including Marine Protected Areas, out to a distance of six nautical miles.

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Latest News

WOULD YOU LIKE TO BECOME AN IFCA MEMBER?
The MMO has several current and upcoming general member vacancies in the ten regional Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authorities (IFCA) across England. If you are interested in becoming a member, more information can be found by following the below:
CLICK HERE
13th January 2023
INDEPENDENT REPORT INTO SHELLFISH MORTALITY INCIDENT
The Independent Expert Assessment of Crustacean Mortality can be accessed using the links below: 
CLICK HERE: Report
CLICK HERE: Evidence Gathered
CLICK HERE: Press Release
CLICK HERE: Ministerial Statement
20th January 2023
ELSI PROJECT UPDATE
Exciting news for the NEIFCA and HFIG Team as we have finally found the first Early Benthic Phase (EBP) lobster in one of our lobster settlement cages.For more information on this, please visit the News section of our website.
5th December 2022

Get in touch with us

Have you got a question? Use the form here to ask us, or contact us directly using our details below.

ne-ifca@eastriding.gov.uk

01482 393515

Town Hall,
Quay Road,
Bridlington,
YO16 4LP

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