Public Consultation: National Angling Development Plan

Public Consultation

This public consultation opens on Friday, 20/02/2015 at 06:03pm and closes on Tuesday, 31/03/2015 at 05:03pm

National Angling Development Plan

Please note - this public consultation is now closed. Sincere thanks to all those who submitted projects and observations.

Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI) is preparing a National Angling Development Plan (NADP).  It is envisaged that the NADP will provide criteria, support and proposals to ensure the sustainability of Ireland’s angling resource and the continuing sustainable development of that resource to maximise the benefits (social and economic) to Ireland on a prioritised basis.

Anglers, angling clubs, angling federations, fishery owners, community groups, angling service providers, state agencies and members of the public are hereby invited to make submissions which may include: strategies for the development of angling, physical development projects, novice angler initiatives, evaluation criteria of fisheries status by species/discipline type (i.e. what makes a good fishery) and angling/fishery support service requirements; submissions can be formulated on a national, regional or local basis as necessary.

 

Submissions must be made in writing, marked ‘NADP – public consultation’.

The deadline for receipt of submissions is 3pm on Tuesday March 31st, 2015. 

 

 

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