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Detailed guide: Apply to the Seafood Disruption Support Scheme

Marine Management Organisation

March 1
00:15 2021

Before you apply

Check that you are eligible to apply to the Seafood Disruption Support Scheme.

Submit your application

The scheme closed for applications on 28 February 2021.

After you apply

Once you have applied you will receive an email acknowledgement confirming that your application has been received.

If your application is successful, you will receive a letter of confirmation and will receive payment directly into your nominated business account.

Appeals

If your application is declined, you will receive a letter that explains why. You can appeal against this decision if you think that:

  • it was based on a factual error;
  • it was legally wrong; or
  • an error was made in the processing of your application

You have 2 weeks after the date of the letter to ask for a review of the decision. This must be made in writing, to UKFisheriesSupport@marinemanagement.org.uk, setting out the reasons why you are appealing the decision.

An appeals officer will consider your application in full against the selection criteria. You will be notified of the outcome of your appeal within 6 weeks of receiving it.

Help and guidance

You can contact the Seafood Disruption Support Scheme directly at UKFisheriesSupport@marinemanagement.org.uk if you have questions about your application.

If you require support with a live application, you can also call the team on 0330 041 6579.

If you require translation into Welsh language, please contact the team who will arrange this for you.

Read more about the Seafood Disruption Support Scheme.

Read the accessibility statement for the service.

Published 9 February 2021
Last updated 1 March 2021 +show all updates
  1. Updated to reflect that scheme closed for applications on 28 February 2021.

  2. Removal of downtime banner and reference to Welsh language translation added.

  3. First published.

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