Consultation on concept drafts of MSP Minimum requirements & Best practices study

28/07/2011 at 17:35 | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

The Plan Bothnia project includes as a deliverable (Deliverable 5.2.4) a study on Region-wide recommendations on minimum requirements for MSP systems coordinated by Plan Bothnia project partner VASAB secretariat. This will be carried out in two parts -Part I: Minimum requirements for MSP in the Baltic Sea and Part II: Methodology for identifying best MSP practices. The final result will be published as a part of the Plan Bothnia final report.

After examining proposals received to the public call for tenders, launched by VASAB secretariat on 10th May 2011,  Dr. Bernhard Heinrichs (Part I) and Dr. Jacek Zaucha (Part II) were contracted on June 2011 to carry out this study. These experts submitted first concept drafts according to the contract by the end of July 2011.

The first concept draft files received are available from the folder “Consultancy study on Minimum requirements -Best practices” of the Plan Bothnia Document library accessible through the tab “Documents”at the Plan Bothnia website.

The consultants and project partners would appreciate your comments on these draft documents to develop them further. Please see instructions on the cover page of the documents.

Commenting on these first concept drafts is open for all interested parties until 15 August 2011. The received written comments will be also added to the same folder in the document library as the draft files.

The received comments will be used by the consultants for new versions to be available by the end of September 2011 for i.a the next HELCOM-VASAB MSP WG meeting.  Commenting on later versions will be announced separately.

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