London abstraction licensing strategy
Sets out how the Environment Agency manages water resources in the catchment.
London Abstraction licensing strategy February 2013: A licensing strategy to manage water resources sustainably
Ref: LIT 2545 PDF, 4.16MB, 38 pages
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The Environment Agency produced the licensing strategy using evidence gathered during its catchment abstraction management strategy (CAMS) process.
This CAMS does not cover the Thames estuary or the River Thames upstream of Teddington Lock.
See also the Environment Agency’s publication Managing Water Abstraction, which details the over-arching principles used when managing abstraction licences.