PolicyMarine Management Organisation moves to GOV.UK

Marine Management Organisation moves to GOV.UK

The original MMO website has closed and all pages will either redirect to the gov.uk website or The National Archives, where information which is not current will be held.

The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) has transferred all of its web information to the single government website www.gov.uk/mmo.

GOV.UK is the central location for all government information and services.

The original MMO website has closed and all pages will either redirect to the gov.uk website or The National Archives, where information which is not current will be held. People accessing the new website will still be able to use any bookmarks or links they may have.

GOV.UK has been designed to ensure that government information is easy to find and clearly explained. All of the information on the new MMO pages has been rewritten in line with Government Digital Service (GDS) requirements. 

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