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NEG Funding Bids - deadline 28 Feb

Posted 19/01/2023 13:43

We are issuing a call for bids for Natural Environment Group (NEG) project funding for 2023/24.

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Solent News Issue 53 Published

Posted 09/01/2023 14:00

We have now published the latest edition of Solent News for winter 2022/23. Find out all the latest from the Solent Forum and what is happening around the Solent.

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Solent Seascape Project launched to restore marine habitats

Posted 12/12/2022 15:37

A 5m USD scheme to restore marine habitats along the Solent over the next five years has been announced.

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Solent Freeport Officially Announced

Posted 08/12/2022 14:56

In December, the Solent Freeport was announced as one of the first UK Freeports to be fully approved by government.

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Media Pack Produced for Solent Plastics Pollution hub

Posted 27/09/2022 10:14

We have produced a media pack for our Solent Plastics Pollution hub. it includes copy for newsletters a graphic that can be printed and QR codes to link to our web resources and Facebook page.

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Solent Stretches of Coast Path Open

Posted 08/08/2022 09:45

Two Solent stretches of the English coast path have opened. The routes from Calshot to Gosport and Gosport to Portsmouth are Hampshire's first complete sections. They will become part of the 2,700-mile (4,345km) Path.

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New seashore rules to curb anti-social behaviour

Posted 25/07/2022 15:16

New rules have been brought in to tackle anti-social behaviour along a Hampshire seashore. A range of activities, including parties with more than 15 people or music, camping on the seashore and riding a horse, risk on-the-spot fines. The new rules also ban launching personal watercraft at night. The area covered by the rules includes Stokes Bay, Gilkicker Point, Elson Haslar Lake and Lee-on-the-Solent.

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New plans to reduce nutrient pollution

Posted 22/07/2022 13:03

Government has announced a new legal duty on water companies in England to upgrade wastewater treatment works by 2030 in ‘nutrient neutrality’ areas to the highest achievable technological levels.

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