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Rathlin Island SAC guidance and literature
The following relates to Rathlin Island (Kebble) ASSI
Rathlin Island Coast ASSI site citation documents and map
The site also qualifies under Article 4.2 of the Directive by supporting internationally important breeding numbers of the migratory species
Rathlin Island (Kebble) has been declared as an ASSI because of its heathland, grassland and wetland vegetation, in addition to its associated plant
Rathlin Island is a large inhabited marine island situated some 4km from the north Antrim coast of Northern Ireland. There are basalt and chalk
The coastal ASSI is of particular interest because of the wide variety of habitats and associated flora and fauna. These habitats include features
Causeway Coast and Rathlin Island - LCA
This colourful leaflet outlines the dynamic marine environment that surrounds Rathlin Island, explaining why the area is protected under European
Dredging Works are required in the Rathlin Harbour starting at the entrance and along the inside of the western breakwater, the dredging works also
ML 18_18 Rathlin Island Disposal
A draft document to identify issues which should be included in the Rathlin Island European Marine Site Management Scheme.
Marine construction application form and issued licence in relation to the new ferry terminal at Church Bay, Rathlin Island, Co. Antrim.
Summary of Water Framework Directive 1st cycle classification.
Summary of Water Framework Directive 2nd cycle classification.
Rathlin Island is the northernmost point of Northern Ireland. The MCZ surrounds Rathlin Island with a large extension between the north of the Island
Environmental Impact Assessment consent decision in relation to the Marine Construction Licence for a ferry docking pier at Church Bay,
Proposals that have been identified by the Department of the Environment as potentially important in the context of the Rathlin Island
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