Maritime Spatial Plan of the Polish Sea Areas in scale 1 : 200 000
Director of Maritime Office in Gdynia on behalf of Directors of Maritime Offices in Gdynia, Słupsk and Szczecin informs that in February 2020 Strategic Environmental Assessment Report on the draft development of spatial plan for the internal sea waters, territorial sea and the exclusive economic zone in a scale 1 : 200 000 along with the plan and required by law translated versions of both documents have been submitted to the General Directorate for Environmental Protection in order to conduct transboundary environmental impact assessment, resulting from the Espoo Convention and the Act of 3 October 2008 on sharing information on the environment and its protection, public participation in environmental protection and on environmental impact assessments (Journal of Laws of 2018, item 2081, as amended).
- Executive Summary
- Explanatory Memorandum
- Environmental Impact Prediction for the Maritime Spatial Plan of the Polish Internal Sea Waters, Territorial Sea, and Exclusive Economic Zone in Scale 1:200,000 (Environmental Report)
- General Provisions
- Detailed Decisions
We’ve finished collecting feedback about transboundary environmental impact assessment on the draft development of spatial plan for the internal sea waters, territorial sea and the exclusive economic zone in a scale 1 : 200 000. Thank you for all your feedback! Now we are workin on supplementing and clarifying our plan proposals based on the response from stakeholders during the consultation.