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    Scottish Seafish Advisory Committee Minutes - February 2020

    Minutes from the Scottish Seafish Advisory Committe (SSAC) meeting held on Tuesday 4 February 2020.
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    English Shellfish Industry Development Strategy_Securing the industry's future

    This Strategy for the Development of the Shellfish Industry in England (SIDS)considers what support is needed for the sustainable and profitable development of the sector. The sustainable development of the industry, through the long term management of stocks and supporting ecosystems from the socio-economic and environmental perspectives, is paramount to delivering the Strategy. Comments were gathered from a wide range of stakeholders, including from within the industry, to help formulate the text of the Strategy.
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    Aquaculture in England, Wales and Northern Ireland: An Analysis of the Economic Contribution and Value of the Major Sub-Sectors and the Most Important Farmed Species

    A report which analyses the economic contribution and value of the major aquaculture sub-sectors, and the most important farmed species in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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    Seafish Annual Plan 2015-2016

    Our Annual Plan is taken from our 2015-18 Corporate Plan and details the programmes of work we will deliver in 2015/16 . The Plan sets out the costs associated with our work programmes as well as our Key Performance Indicators for the year.
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    2014 UK Seafood Processing Industry Report

    The fish processing industry has a long-standing tradition and is of key importance to regional UK economies. This report presents an overview and detailed analysis of the fish processing industry with particular emphasis on the sea fish processing sector. The analyses contained in this report utilise the latest UK seafood processing industry information, which is gathered and managed by Seafish Economics, namely 2014 Census data, 2012 Financial Survey data and qualitative research data gathered in late 2014 – early 2015.
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    Seafood Scotland response to consultations on A strategy for Marine Nature Conservation in Scotland and Guidelines on the selection of MPAs and development of the MPA network

    As a representative organisation that works on behalf of the seafood industry in Scotland, Seafood Scotland strongly supports and endorses the detailed response made by the Sea Fish Industry Authority (Seafish) on these consultations. In addition, we lend our support to the concerns expressed by the Scottish Fishermen’s Federation (SFF) in their responses. The original consultation papers can be found here: A Strategy for Marine Nature Conservation in Scotland: http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/marine/marine-environment/Conservationstrategy/draftconstrategy Marine Protected Areas in the Seas around Scotland: http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/marine/marine-environment/mpanetwork/draftmpaguide
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    Response to Consultation on Sustainable development for Welsh seas: Our approach to marine planning in Wales

    This Seafish response was made after consultation with the Marine Environmental Legislation Expert Group. Seafish welcomes several aspects of the proposals, including the intention to plan inshore and offshore areas together. Some aspects are however of concern. These include the planning of highly protected marine areas and the apparent organisation of fishing activities, which is already determined by the Common Fisheries Policy.
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    Seafish response to Consultation on the Marine Strategy Framework Directive; Putting in place the legal framework for implementation

    This is Seafish's response to Defra's consultation on the draft transposing regulations with which the Government and Devolved Administrations propose to transpose the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD) (Directive 2008/56/EC).The MSFD entered into force in July 2008 and its requirements must be transposed into UK law by 15 July 2010. It requires Member States to develop a marine strategy, including determining Good Environmental Status (GES) for their marine waters, and designing and implementing programmes of measures aimed at achieving it by 2020, using an ecosystem approach to marine management. The original consultation papers are available from http://www.defra.gov.uk/corporate/consult/msfd-legal-framework/letter.htm
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    Seafish Corporate Plan 2015-2018

    The new Seafish Corporate Plan for 2015-18 sets out our mission, vision and values for the next three years. The Plan includes the new High Level Objectives and strategic outcomes for Seafish, along with more detailed information about the Seafish work programmes which support them. The Plan has been developed in partnership with industry and key stakeholders and will be our key tool in communicating our delivery promise during 2015-2018.
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    Seafish Annual Plan 2018-2019

    Our Annual Plan details the programmes of work we will deliver in 2018/19. The Plan sets out the costs associated with our work programmes as well as our Key Performance Indicators for the year.
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    Seafood Industry Value Chain Analysis - Cod, Haddock and Nephrops

    This study provides a close look at the UK seafood value chain for the species cod (Gadus morhua), haddock (Gadus aeglefinus) and nephrops (Nephrops norvegicus). This report treats each value chain separately, and the main findings from each analysis can be found below. In addition, the key points extracted from the interviews held with industry players and the implications of the main findings for the major stakeholders in this study are presented here. When seen as a whole, these observations provide a background for understanding some of the developments that are observed in the seafood industry today for the selected species.
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    Analysis of the training needs of the Northern Ireland seafood industry

    By Tegen Mor Fisheries Consultants