4.1 that the River Annan District Salmon Fisheries Board had withdrawn its challenge;
4.2 that further correspondence had been received from the Salmon & Trout Association requesting that the Council immediately informs those persons net fishing in the Solway that they must cease immediately and that, should the Salmon & Trout Association fail to hear from the Council within 14 days of receipt of the correspondence, they would pursue judicial review of the decisions made by the Council, which would include an application for interim interdict of the netting;
4.3 that, reducing exploitation of Salmon in the form of a catch quota would minimise the effect on the River Eden Special Area of Conservation and contribute to the recovery of Salmon Stocks;
4.4 to apply a total allowable catch of 150 Salmon which would apply to all fishing methods on the Annan Common Good Fishing grounds for the 2015 fishing season;
4.5 to research the options/costs for genetic testing to provide the necessary scientific data for the future;
4.6 to undertake an annual review of the level of effort and catch involving the Environment Agency, Natural England and the River Annan District Salmon Fisheries Board to inform the setting of any future annual quotas;
4.7 to implement a carcass tagging system; and
4.8 to terminate the Stake Net Lease early with a notice period of two weeks.