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Historic Environment Guidance for Wave and Tidal Energy

Sent: 12 March 2013 11:35
To: 'Antony Firth', Fjordr

Dear Tony,

Thank you for your consultation on the above document. As you are aware ALGAO:UK represents the senior local authority or equivalent archaeologists within the UK, the Maritime Committee provides advice to the Association and others in respect to Maritime matters that relate to ALGAO.

The Draft Scottish Marine Regions Order 2013

RESPONDENT INFORMATION FORM

Organisation Name: ALGAO: Scotland

CONSULTATION QUESTIONS

1. Do you agree with the proposals set out in the draft Scottish Marine Regions Order 2013?

Yes x

Comments ALGAO Scotland welcomes the new legislation and the protection that it offers to the marine environment in general and the cultural heritage in particular.

Section 14. We note that you are working with Highland and Orkney regarding the Pentland Firth in order to feed into future plans and mention is made of Oban and Argyll.

Scotland's National Marine Plan - Pre-consultation

Marine Planning
Marine Scotland
Area 1-A South
Victoria Quay
Edinburgh
EH6 6QQ

7th June 2011

Dear Sirs

Scotland’s National Marine Plan – Pre-Consultation

ALGAO:Scotland represents Local Authority and National Park archaeological services in Scotland and is part of the UK-wide organisation, ALGAO:UK. We welcome this opportunity to comment upon this Scottish Government pre-consultation draft and wish to offer the following responses to the consultation.

Marine Policy Statement (UK): A draft for consultation (Defra 2010)

Submission from Maritime Committee

Amy Holmes
Marine Stewardship Team
Area 2C
Nobel House
17 Smith Square
London
SW1P 3JR

11 October 2010

Dear Madam

UK Marine Policy Statement: A Draft for Consultation

ALGAO:UK is the association of the senior local authority archaeologists throughout England, Scotland and Wales. The association operates through national and regional organisations and in addition has committees that speak for specific themes on behalf of the association.

Marine Policy Statement (UK): A draft for consultation (Defra 2010)

Submission from ALGAO:Scotland

Amy Holmes
Marine Stewardship Team
Area 2C
Nobel House
17 Smith Square
London
SW1P 3JR

15 Sept 2010

Dear Madam

UK Marine Policy Statement: A draft for consultation

ALGAO:Scotland represents Local Authority and National Park archaeological services in Scotland and is part of the UK-wide organisation, ALGAO:UK.

Consultation on the establishment of Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Districts and their Authorities (Defra 2010)

Submission from ALGAO Maritime Committee

Dear Sir/Madam

I am responding on behalf of ALGAO:UK (Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers) which represents the most senior archaeological advisors within local authorities. The association is UK wide and operates through national and subject committees and the Maritime Committee, of which I’m chair, represents the association’s interests in marine matters.

We welcome the establishment of the IFCAs and have no comment on their specific boundaries or the levies.

Pre-Consultation on the Draft UK Marine Policy Statement (Defra 2010)

Submission from ALGAO:UK Maritime Committee

Dear Sir / Madam,

Pre-Consultation on the Draft UK Marine Policy Statement

I am responding to the above on behalf of the Maritime Committee of ALGAO:UK. ALGAO:UK (Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers) represents the senior archaeological advisors within local authorities and it covers England, Scotland and Wales. The association operates through national and subject committees and the Maritime Committee represents its interests in marine matters.

Consultation on Coastal Change Policy (Defra 2009)

Submission from ALGAO Maritime Committee

coastal [dot] change [at] defra [dot] gsi [dot] gov [dot] uk

22.09.09

DEFRA ‘Consultation on Coastal Change Policy’

Thank you for the consultation on this paper. The Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers (ALGAO:UK) represents the senior archaeological officers within local authorities throughout the UK.

Consultation on Flood and Water Bill (Defra 2009)

Submission from ALGAO:UK Maritime Committee

To: FloodsandWaterBill [at] defra [dot] gsi [dot] gov [dot] uk, 22/07/09

Dear Sir/Madam,

The Association of Local Government Archaeology Officers (ALGAO:UK) represent the senior Archaeology Officers in local authorities throughout the UK. The Association acts through a number of national, regional and subject committees and the Maritime Committee provides a lead on marine related issues.

The Historic Environment is clearly affected by the processes of coastal change and by all aspects of flooding.

Consultation on Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Districts (Defra 2009)

Submission from ALGAO:UK Maritime Committee

Dear Ms Liddell,

Thank you for your consultation on the above. The Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers (ALGAO:UK) represents the senior archaeologists within local authorities, throughout the UK. The association operates through a number of national, regional and subject committees of which the Maritime Committee is one. The latter committee leads on maritime matters on behalf of ALGAO:UK.

We would welcome the alignment of the IFC authorities on local authority boundaries as a sensible move.