Decisions on how the Dee Estuary will be managed

Decisions on how the Dee Estuary will be managed in future are being discussed at a public inquiry this week. The Environment Agency Wales is presenting its case for granting powers through a harbour revision order, allowing it to exercise jurisdiction over the entire estuary. Mostyn Docks, the statutory harbour authority for part of the estuary, will submit a harbour revision order putting forward proposals to extend its own jurisdiction.

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