Consultation outcome

Bathing waters review 2014: Henleaze Lake and Shoreham Beach

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We received no responses to the proposal to make Henleaze Lake a bathing water.

We received two responses to the proposal to make Shoreham Beach a bathing water.

Henleaze Lake and Shoreham Beach will be designated as bathing waters with effect from the 2014 bathing season.

Original consultation

Summary

Seeking views on a proposal to add Henleaze Lake and Shoreham Beach to the list of bathing waters.

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Consultation description

We are seeking the public’s views on whether Henleaze Lake and Shoreham Beach should be added to the list of bathing waters under the Bathing Water Directive (76/160/EEC, revised and updated by 2006/7/EC).

Each year we review the list of bathing waters in England. For the review of the 2014 list we have received applications from Adur and Worthing Councils and Henleaze Swimming Club for Henleaze Lake and Shoreham Beach to be designated as bathing waters.

This consultation will be of interest to:

  • the general public
  • water companies
  • swimming clubs and organisations
  • environmental non-governmental organizations (NGOs)
  • tourism organisations

Documents

Bathing water designation application: Shoreham Beach

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Bathing water designation application: Henleaze Lake

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Published 20 November 2013
Last updated 9 April 2014 + show all updates
  1. Summary of responses added for both bathing waters.
  2. First published.