How the Environment Agency works with government, water companies and others to manage water resources during a drought in England.
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This drought framework sets out:
- how drought affects different parts of England in different ways
- which organisations are involved in managing drought and how they work together
- how the Environment Agency and others make decisions and decide on actions to take
- how the Environment Agency monitors and measures the impacts of drought
- how the Environment Agency reports on drought and communicates with others
Area drought plans
The Environment Agency area drought plans are available on request from their National Customer Contact Centre:
Telephone: 03708 506 506 (see call charges)
Published: 2 July 2015
From: Environment Agency