Clyde Marine Planning Partnership


The Clyde Marine Planning Partnership (CMPP) is made up of more than 20 organisations and statutory bodies who have a stake in how the Clyde is managed. The membership reflects the range of interests around the Clyde from fisheries and aquaculture to tourism and recreation, business and industry to nature conservation and wildlife. The members of the Partnership are locally based in the region or operate at the regional level meaning they have a wealth of expertise and knowledge to bring to the development of the regional marine plan.

The principal role of the CMPP is to prepare a marine plan for the Clyde Marine Region however our constitution also allows us to undertake other aspects of Integrated Coastal Management (ICM) such as relevant research and practical projects.