***** Please note the Octopus Centre is currently CLOSED to the public, following Government advice regarding the Covid-19 outbreak*****

The Lamlash Tennis Courts are now open, as per Scot Gov. routemap guidelines. All tennis is “pay as you play” – please put money in the honesty box at the courts or donate to us online via our website. We are unable to provide equipment at this time, and all players participate at their own risk; please adhere to Scot. Gov regulations on social distancing and household mingling.

The Organisation

Consultation by SEPA on Depositional Zone Regulation (DZR). September 2017

COAST Response To SEPA Consultation On Depositional Zone Regulation 280917

Depositional Zone Regulation – A new regulatory method for marine cage fish farms 

Closed 30 Sep 2017

Opened 26 Jun 2017


Globally, our oceans are under stress. This was powerfully emphasised at the recent United Nations Ocean Conference in New York. One of the many pressures on our marine environment is the harvesting of wild fish stocks. Aquaculture, including caged fish farming, represents one way to reduce this pressure but only if it is done well. If done poorly, it can also cause damage to the marine environment. SEPA’s role is to ensure that aquaculture in Scotland’s marine environment operates responsibly and with minimum environmental impact.

As a result, we intend to modernise and strengthen the way we regulate aquaculture.  We have prepared draft proposals and we want your views about whether our proposals are right.

Last Updated on