The Keeping and Introduction of Fish (England and River Esk Catchment Area) Regulations 2015
The Keeping and Introduction of Fish Regulations 2015
19 January 2015
England and Scotland - water/wildlife
The Keeping and Introduction of Fish (England and River Esk Catchment Area) Regulations 2015 provide a new regulatory scheme for the introduction and the keeping of fish in inland waters. Current controls on placing live fish into inland waters and transporting fish for introduction into inland waters are replaced with a new permitting system, administered by the Environment Agency. These regulations apply to Scotland only so far as the catchment area of the River Esk.
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