You told us…Shellfish Permit Holders 2014 results now in 22nd October 2014

Twenty-seven Shellfish Permit Holders filled in and returned NIFCA’s first ever survey, conducted between July and September 2014. See the results: Shellfish Permit Holder Results

NIFCA’s CEO Mike Hardy says he has been pleased with the level of response.

“To be successful, IFCAs need to work in partnership and engage with you, our stakeholders. An excellent way of finding out how we are doing in this regard is to ask you.

“The response rate was 25% which was pleasing given that this was the first stakeholder survey we have ever carried out. I’d like to thank all of you who filled in and returned the questionnaire, and I would encourage as many people as possible to participate in future surveys. We can only improve how we perform our role in protecting the inshore marine environment through your active participation.

“Overall, the responses were positive about NIFCA and how we carry out our duties. We will be analysing the data and making improvements where necessary.

“We want to be seen as an effective, fair and approachable organisation. We are also committed to being transparent in our dealings and are happy to share the survey results with everyone in the attached summary of results”.

Further surveys of different stakeholder sectors will be undertaken in the coming months.

Twenty-seven Shellfish Permit Holders filled in and returned NIFCA’s first ever survey, conducted between July and September 2014. See the results here.

NIFCA’s CEO Mike Hardy says he has been pleased with the level of response.

“To be successful, IFCAs need to work in partnership and engage with you, our stakeholders. An excellent way of finding out how we are doing in this regard is to ask you.

“The response rate was 25% which was pleasing given that this was the first stakeholder survey we have ever carried out. I’d like to thank all of you who filled in and returned the questionnaire, and I would encourage as many people as possible to participate in future surveys. We can only improve how we perform our role in protecting the inshore marine environment through your active participation.

“Overall, the responses were positive about NIFCA and how we carry out our duties. We will be analysing the data and making improvements where necessary.

“We want to be seen as an effective, fair and approachable organisation. We are also committed to being transparent in our dealings and are happy to share the survey results with everyone in the attached summary of results”.

Further surveys of different stakeholder sectors will be undertaken in the coming months.