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Report - Seafish Industry Authority - June 2010


Tomb Raider
Regular User
Little history

The Sea Fish Industry Authority was set up under the Fisheries Act in 1981 with the aim of promoting the efficiency of the sea fish industry and the interests of consumers of sea fish products. Defra is responsible for overseeing Seafish and the appointment of Seafish Board Members. The authority is financed by a levy imposed at first sale of fish. The Head Office is in Edinburgh which is the location for Corporate Services and Development Division (Promotions, Trade Development, Economics, Market Insight and Aquaculture Development). The other main office is at Hull which is the location for Technology and Training Division (Marine Technology, Fish Technology, Marine Services, Training and Standards).

Was extremely trashed inside, just about every window had been smashed and there was also fire damage in some areas.

Attempted Lord Line but was boarded, so decided to leave it and not a moment too soon as a police man just happened to wander by at 7am.
Think he was coming to talk to the pikeys fishing off the dock just outside seafish authority.

Here are the photos, just a few to show it's current state.
~ enjoy





Bit of fire damage







Lord Line opposite

Part of the old dock left behind

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