'Sefton Coast Partnership': an overview of its integrated coastal zone management

A. Worsley, G. Lymbery, C. Booth, P. Wisse, V. Holden

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The Sefton Coast Partnership (SCP), based in Sefton, Merseyside, UK, is set within the context of and reported as an example of Integrated Coastal Zone Management. It has developed out of a well-established and successful Management Scheme and, since its inception, attempted with varying success to develop a ‘working partnership’ which has sustainable management at its heart and which is responsible for conservation and the needs of the local community. The history, function and structure of the SCP are described together with the problems that emerged as the partnership developed.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)475-484
JournalSustainable Development and Planning II
Publication statusPublished - 2005

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Worsley, A., Lymbery, G., Booth, C., Wisse, P., & Holden, V. (2005). 'Sefton Coast Partnership': an overview of its integrated coastal zone management. Sustainable Development and Planning II, 475-484.
Worsley, A. ; Lymbery, G. ; Booth, C. ; Wisse, P. ; Holden, V. / 'Sefton Coast Partnership': an overview of its integrated coastal zone management. In: Sustainable Development and Planning II. 2005 ; pp. 475-484.
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