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Long term management plan for the stock of sole in the Western Channel

Public consultation

Council Regulation (EC) No 509/2007 establishing a multiannual plan for the sustainable exploitation of the stock of sole in the Western Channel requires that the rate of progress towards the targets of the plan be evaluated in 2009 and in each third successive year.

On the basis of the Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries (STECF) advice, the Commission should then propose new targets after considering the alternatives provided by STECF and their impacts. For this, an impact assessment needs to be carried out.

The Commission may then present improvements to the Council and the European Parliament. 

As part of this exercise a public consultation based on the non-paper was launched in May 2011. 

The consultation was closed on 8 July 2011.

View the consultation document

COMMISSION NON-PAPER: Long term management plan for the stock of sole in the Western Channel pdf - 103 KB [103 KB] français (fr)

Reference documents and other, related consultations

Summary of the consultation document pdf - 17 KB [17 KB] français (fr)

Number of responses received to this consultation

2

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Contributions received

Results of consultation and next steps

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