Friday, 7 September 2018

This should be interesting.  Yet another enquiry but once again will anyone actually listen I wonder.

Dear Local Fishery Group Member

All Wales Byelaw proposals: announcement of a Local Inquiry

The Cabinet Secretary Lesley Griffiths AM has now agreed the next steps in relation to the proposed ‘All Wales’ rod and net fishing byelaws 2017, which were submitted to Welsh Government for confirmation on 20 February 2018.

The Cabinet Secretary announced her conclusion that given “the level of response to the consultation, the number of outstanding objections to the byelaw proposals and the nature of the correspondence” it is “the most appropriate course of action to conduct a Local Inquiry which will allow independent scrutiny of NRW’s proposals.”

The Planning Inspectorate Wales has therefore been asked to initiate a Local Inquiry under the Water Resources Act 1991. At the conclusion of the Inquiry, the Planning Inspector will make a recommendation to Welsh Ministers, which will inform their final determination of the application for confirmation of the byelaws.

The Planning Inspectorate is currently contacting all those who responded to the consultation, giving further details of the Local Inquiry and what responders need to do if they wish to attend, by the 19th September.

When the details of the Inquiry (date and venue) are confirmed, we will advertise the details and update our stakeholders approximately six weeks before the Inquiry. We welcome the opportunity to present our case and evidence to the Inquiry. 

Chris Rees
Arweinydd Tîm Rheoli Adnoddau Naturiol / Natural Resource Management Team Leader
Cyfoeth Naturiol Cymru / Natural Resources Wales 
03000654404/ 07920812316


Wyesham: 10.5lbs fish for Peter Huntington. 

Rectory: 12lbs from neck of Rectory on Wille Gunn for Phil Batty

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