tom appleby - sustainable severn 2015

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  • Society and the Severn

    Dr Thomas Appleby

    Associate Professor in Property

    Sometime Solicitor

  • Different forms of control

    Ownership

    Regulation

  • Protected Interests

    Freehold Crown Estate owns most of

    the foreshore and the Seabed

    Some other freeholders

    Public rights of Navigation

    Fishing

    Private rights Drainage

    Fishing

    Flood Prevention

  • Crown duties

    Crown Estate Act 1961

    Section 1(3) maintain and

    enhance value

    Section 3(1) best

    consideration

    Section 4 charitable

    purposes

  • Removing protected interests

    Requires specific

    legislation

    Compulsory Acquisition

    Compensation

  • Regulations

    Development Consent

    Marine licence

    Marine planning

    Environmental regs. Habitats Directive

    Environmental Impact Assessments

    Wildlife and Countryside Act

    Other consents Planning

  • Nationally Significant Infrastructure

    Projects

    Development Consent

    Duty to consult Prescribed persons

    Marine Management Organisation

    Land owners

    Local Community

    Local Authorities

    Assess issues

    Decide

  • Marine licence

    Licensed activities Lots

    Statutory protection of Environment

    Human health

    Legitimate users of the sea

    Representations from any person having interest in outcome

    Can consult others it sees fit

    Marine policy documents

  • Energy Price

    Procurement sets strike

    price price of generated

    electricity

  • Devolution

    Marine licences

    Marine planning

    Planning

    Inshore Fisheries

    management

    Autoren der angegebene WP-Commons (Tom Ordelman, M.Garde, Gerbil)

  • Brexit

    Overarching nature of EU

    legislation

    Further disintegration of UK?

  • Conclusion

    People are represented

    By multiple public agencies

    But in a disconnected way

  • AcknowledgementThe project is funded by Lloyds Register Foundation, a charitable foundation

    helping to protect life and property by supporting engineering-related education, public engagement and the application of research.

    For more information, see: www.lrfoundation.org.uk

    www.watersecuritynetwork.orgwww.twitter.com/water_network

    http://www.lrfoundation.org.uk/