|Stage 1 - Relevant authority training on the Habitats Regulations
|Stage 2 - Foundation document
|Stage 3 - Identification of key activities
|Stage 4 - Inventory of activities
|Stage 5 - Analysis of activities
|Stage 6 - Assessment of activities
|Stage 7 - Monitoring
|Stage 8 - Management scheme
Stage 5 - Analysis of activities.
English Nature and the Countryside Council for Wales will analyse all the completed pro-formas. They will work with the relevant authorities whose activities may cause deterioration or disturbance to complete an additional ‘impacts of activity’ section to the pro-forma. To help with this additional section, further matrices, specific to each relevant authority, will be prepared which will:
- - list the activity (s) to be considered
- type of impacts (operations) which should be considered in relation to the activity (s), and
- the sub-features which need to be considered in relation to the activities and operations.
These activities will form the basis of the management scheme.
A- Activity is not known by the RA to have an effect in its area of jurisdiction
B- Activity is known by a relevant authority to be having an effect in its area of jurisdiction and a single relevant authority is responsible or has power for that activity
C- Activity is known by a relevant authority to be having an effect* in its area of jurisdiction and a number of relevant authorities have powers or are responsible for that activity around the Estuary
D- Activity is having an effect and no one has responsibility for the activity
E- Effects of activity are unknown
Find out about the stages in greater detail:
Stage1, Stage 2, Stage 3, Stage4, Stage 5, Stage 6, Stage 7, Stage 8