Kerala Coastal Zone Management Authority

                As populations in coastal areas increase and the economic activity diversifies, all the impacts on coastal environment are bound to worsen threatening survival of several species, productivity of the biota, and render fishing an unsustainable proposition. It is, therefore, clear that unless governments and resource users take appropriate action, the degradation of the coastal and marine environment will become uncontrollable and there will be no possibilities for sustainable use of resources from these waters.

              The Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) Act notified by the Ministry of Environment and Forests in 1991 needs to be seen against this background. It declares coastal stretches as CRZ and regulates certain activities within the zone. The provisions of the act are to be implemented by the coastal states and Union Territories. It also envisages the creation of an appropriate authority at the state/UT level to be responsible for enforcement and enactment of these provisions.

KCZMA

CRZ Notification 2011

CRZ Notification 2011[Malayalam] 

Members

Reclassification of CRZ Areas

Corrigendum - CRZ March 2011

Application Forms

Dwelling units 

FAQ's

FAQ-CRZ 2011

FAQ-CRZ 2011[Malayalam]

Kerala Shoreline Maps

Agenda for the meeting
28th Meeting
29th Meeting
30th Meeting
31st Meeting
32nd Meeting
33rd Meeting
34th Meeting
38th Meeting
39th Meeting
44th Meeting
45th Meeting
Minutes of the Meeting
28th Meeting
29th Meeting
30th Meeting
31st Meeting
32nd Meeting
33rd Meeting
38th Meeting

CRZ Maps

CRZ Map-I

CRZ Map-II

CRZ Map-III

CRZ Map-IV

CRZ Map-V