Basin Dredging Licence Application Public Consultation

The application to the Marine Management Organisation for the licence to dredge the Basin, is now out for public consultation. There are links below to the main documents; the details of the application and two supporting documents written by our consultants, after lengthy discussion with the Environment Agency, supporting the application.

A file of these documents is lodged in the Faversham Library

Marine Licence Application for Faversham Creek Basin

Water Framework Directive compliance

Ecological Technical Note

If you wish to comment on this application, you can write or email to;

Kevin Marley BSc (Hons), Licensing Case Officer, Marine Licensing Team

Her Majesty’s Government – Marine Management Organisation

Lancaster House, Hampshire Court, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE4 7YH

Kevin.Marley@marinemanagement.org.uk

Tel: 0191 3762697, Fax: 0191 376 2681

The Royal Yachting Association is a consultee to the MMO and circulates all the local marine organisations and clubs, and has already received supporting correspondence from the Medway Swale Boating Association.

If anyone has any queries or would like further information, please write to us using CONTACT US at the top of the page.

If you support the plans, then please do tell the MMO.

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2 responses to “Basin Dredging Licence Application Public Consultation

  1. Pingback: Faversham Creek Basin Dredging Application | Medway and Swale Boating Association

  2. Peter Makower

    I strongly support the Faversham Creek dredging current proposal.
    (I am a retired architect-planner, a retired Mayor’s Coxswain LB Hounslow, and the former Owner and Master of MB ‘Daphne IV’.).

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