Maritime Forum

7th meeting of the Member States Expert Group on Maritime Spatial Planning

Event date:
08/12/2015 (All day)
Table of Contents
    state of play, guidance papers, underwater cultural heritage



    7th meeting of the Member States Expert Group on Maritime Spatial Planning

    8 December 2015


    Meeting room: Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, 99 rue Joseph II, Brussels MARE ROOM J99 00/53 (ground floor)

    Draft Agenda


    09:00-09.30    Opening of MSP Expert Group meeting

    • Welcoming remarks and agenda
    • Adoption of the minutes from last meeting (04/05 June 2015)

    09:30-10:30    State of play on the implementation of the MSP Directive in MS

    • Presentations from some MS
    • Tour de table

    10:30-11:00   Presentation on JPI Oceans activities on MSP

     JPI oceans

    11:00-12:30   Update on the MSP Directive Implementation Support Strategy

    • Adoption of  the Transposition Checklist for the MSP Directive
    • Discussion on observer status guidelines and approval of applications
    • Update on Assistance Mechanism

     assistance mechanism

    • Update on Calls for proposals and Call for tenders


    12.30-14.00     Lunch

    14.00-16.00     Discussion on Guidance papers with invited experts

    • Fisheries and Aquaculture paper
    • Shipping Paper
    • Tourism Paper

     tourism presentation

    16:00 – 16:30 Presentation on Underwater Cultural Heritage and MSP

    16:30 – 16:45 Closing of MSP Expert Group Meeting

     EU - IHO working group VASAB


    • Filipa FERRAZ's picture

      I am part of a team developing at the moment a proposal for an H2020 - call on Maritime Planning and are very interested in clarifying who are the experts that are part of this expert group.

      Hope to Hear from you soon.

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