the Marine Management Organisation definition

the Marine Management Organisation or “MMO” means the body created under the 2009 Act which is responsible for the monitoring and enforcement of this licence or any successor to its statutory functions;
the Marine Management Organisation or “MMO” means the body created under the 2009 Act which is responsible for the monitoring and enforcement of this licence;
the Marine Management Organisation or “MMO” means the body of that name created under the Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009 or any successor to its statutory functions;

Examples of the Marine Management Organisation in a sentence

They should also engage with their local communities and relevant bodies including Local Enterprise Partnerships, Local Nature Partnerships, the Marine Management Organisation, county councils, infrastructure providers, elected Mayors and combined authorities (in cases where Mayors or combined authorities do not have plan-making powers).

They should also engage with their local communities and relevant bodies including Local Enterprise Partnerships, Local Nature Partnerships, the Marine Management Organisation, county councils, infrastructure providers, elected Mayors and combined authorities (in cases where Mayors or combined authorities do not have plan-making powers).26.

A report produced for the Marine Management Organisation, MMO Project No: 1031, 194pp.

The Secretary of State may by regulations make provision for the Marine Management Organisation (“the MMO”) to impose charges in respect of the exercise by the MMO of a relevant marine function.

This is a licence granted by the Marine Management Organisation on behalf of the Secretary of State to authorise the licence holder to carry on activities for which a licence is required under Part 4 of the Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009.

The Order will grant consent for the construction, operation and maintenance of the Project however there are a number of additional consents that may be required from bodies such as Natural England and the Marine Management Organisation.

Functions of the Secretary of State under section 36(1), (5) and (7) have been transferred to the Marine Management Organisation by section 12(1) to (4) of the Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009 as regards certain offshore generating stations.

The Secretary of State, as the appropriate Minister for the purposes of that section, has by an order made under section 42A of the Act delegated the functions of the appropriate Minister under section 14 of the Act to the Marine Management Organisation.

These include the faculties issued through the Diocesan Advisory Committee under the Care of Churches and Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction Measure 1991, a licence from the Secretary of State pursuant to Section 25 of the Burial Act 1857 and a deemed marine licence from the Marine Management Organisation for works in the Humber Dock Marina.

The DMLs also include a notification procedure to ensure that the Marine Management Organisation ( MMO) is informed prior to commencement of construction as to whether a single phase or a two phase approach will be followed.


More Definitions of the Marine Management Organisation

the Marine Management Organisation or “MMO” means the body of that name created under the 2009 Act or any successor to its statutory functions;

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