Welcome to the Solent Forum
Since 1992, the Solent Forum has provided a platform to deliver Integrated Coastal Zone Management in the Solent sub-region of the South East. It operates at a strategic coastal management level, providing a network for closer working relationships, information dissemination and discussion of topical coastal issues.
This website contains information on the nature and work of the Solent Forum. From it you can find details of the Forum's members, learn about the Forum's current work and view news and events from around the Solent and the UK. You can also download our bi-annual newsletter. Our Directories provide useful information on who's who around the Solent and sources of information on coastal matters.
For more information on how to become a member, please request an application form.
Please visit the Forum's sister site, Solentpedia, for information on the Solent, its people, economy and environment.
Latest News from the Forum
- The Solent Forum is now on Twitter, find us at @solent_forum.
- The next issue of Solent News will be distributed this month. A digital copy has been uploaded to the publications page.
- The Solent Forum Student Placement, Megan Tomlinson, attended the Hamble Estuary Partnership meeting on 14th June.
- In June, Solent Forum officers were taken on a boat trip around the River Hamble to look at the issues on the River and how they are managed by the River Hamble Harbour Authority.
- A scoping meeting was held on 21st June by the Solent Forum on Blue Economy issues; a paper will follow to show what projects the Solent Forum will look to become involved with.
- The Solent Forum Steering Group met on 22nd June.
- The Forum Officers are drafting the Agenda for the next Solent Forum meeting on 5 October 2016, if you have any ideas and suggestions please send them to email@example.com.
- On behalf of the Solent European Marine Sites, the Solent Forum Officers held a teleconference on 16th June with Natural England and coastal staff from European marine sites around England to discuss the management of Marine Protected Areas.