NMP Map 10 (2015) - NRIP Sites and Ports and Harbours identified as National Developments in Scotland
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Scotland's National Marine Plan covers the management of both Scottish inshore waters (out to 12 nautical miles) and offshore waters (12 to 200 nautical miles). It also applies to the exercise of both reserved and devolved functions. The plan was published 2015 following the consultation of the draft version in 2013. The Plan has been prepared in accordance with EU Directive 2014/89/EU which came into force in July 2014. The Directive introduces a framework for maritime spatial planning and aims to promote the sustainable development of marine areas and the sustainable use of marine resources. It also sets out a number of minimum requirements all of which have been addressed in this plan. In doing so, and in accordance with article 5(3) of the Directive, Marine Scotland have considered a wide range of sectorial uses and activities and have determined how these different objectives are reflected and weighted in the marine plan. Land-sea interactions have also been taken into account as part of the marine planning process.
Maps created in support of the plan can be viewed on NMPi. These maps reflect the data available at that time.
This layer displays NMP Map 10, which shows NRIP sites and ports and harbours identified as National Developments in Scotland.