Catchment partnerships in operation: list and map
- Environment Agency
- Part of:
- Marine fisheries, Biodiversity and ecosystems, Water and sewerage services, Food and farming industry, Marine environment Common Agricultural Policy reform, Sustainable development, Flooding and coastal change, Water quality, Access to the countryside, Environmental quality, Business and the environment, Freshwater fisheries, and Farming industry regulation
- 15 November 2013
- Last updated:
- 11 November 2015, see all updates
List and map of catchment partnerships in operation as part of the catchment based approach.
Ref: LIT 8882 PDF, 1MB, 7 pages
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The Catchment based approach aims to establish a catchment partnership in each of England’s 83 catchments and the 6 that cross border with Wales. This document includes a list and map of catchment partnerships in operation including details of who is operating at whole or sub catchment scale. The boundaries are based on those used in the River Basin Management Plan 2009 to 2015.
Published: 15 November 2013
Updated: 11 November 2015
- List and map updated November 2015
- First published.
From: Environment Agency
Part of: Marine fisheries Biodiversity and ecosystems Water and sewerage services Food and farming industry Marine environment Common Agricultural Policy reform Sustainable development Flooding and coastal change Water quality Access to the countryside Environmental quality Business and the environment Freshwater fisheries Farming industry regulation