Policy paper

Grimsby, Ancholme and Louth abstraction licensing strategy

Sets out how water resources will be managed in Grimsby, Ancholme and Louth catchment.


CAMS: The Grimsby, Ancholme and Louth Catchment Abstraction Management Strategy

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This Catchment Abstraction Management Strategy sets out how water resources are managed in the Grimsby, Ancholme and Louth catchment. It provides information on how we will manage existing and new abstraction licences. It also provides information about where water is available for further abstraction and an indication of how reliable a new abstraction licence may be. It supercedes the strategy issued in 2006.

Published 27 February 2013