Our ethos is to work collaboratively with stakeholders and partners around the Moray Firth area. The range of our work means this can be with communities, businesses, individuals, public bodies or industry groups – anyone with an interest in developing sustainable solutions for the Moray Firth and its communities.
The work of the Partnership would not be possible without the generous support we receive from Marine Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage, Aberdeenshire Council, Chevron, and the Cromarty Firth Port Authority.
We are undertaking new joint working with the Marine Conservation Society, Sky Watch, Keep Scotland Beautiful and Fishing for Litter (KIMO) to help clean up the marine environment. We are also exploring opportunities with the Highland Marine Litter Working Group, SAMS (UHI) and the Environmental Research Institute (UHI).
We take every opportunity to work closely with all other local coastal partnerships (LCPs) in Scotland to develop innovative solutions to project and funding challenges that we share.
Solway Firth Partnership / Forth Estuary Forum / East Grampian Partnership / Tay Estuary Forum / Clyde Marine Planning Partnership (formerly Clyde Forum).
All LCPs are members of the Scottish Coastal Forum, which is the umbrella body for the sector.