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Welcome to the Hampshire Avon Catchment Partnership: The Partnership is bringing together local communities and organisations to plan and deliver positive actions that will improve the water environment of the Hampshire Avon.
Read more about the Strategic Aims and Vision of the Partnership. PDF. Title: Hampshire Avon catchment management plan: second annual review Author: Environment Agency South West Region Document Type: Monograph Abstract: This is the Second Annual Review of the Hampshire Avon Action Plan which was published in It introduces the Hampshire Avon catchment management book Agency, summarises progress made with actions and introduces seven new actions.
Hampshire Avon Catchment Action Plan by Hampshire Avon Catchment Partnership on issuu. The Hampshire Avon management catchment The Hampshire Avon management catchment includes Wiltshire, parts of Hampshire, the city of Salisbury and town of Christchurch. The Hampshire Avon is a predominantly chalk catchment that support habitats and species of national and international importance.
How we are working with partners. The Environment Agency for the purposes of reporting and monitoring under the Water Framework Directive have divided the Hampshire Avon catchment into 54 individual waterbodies covering rivers, river reaches, lakes and transitional and coastal waterbodies.
To this £nd, the Authority, through its Hampshire Avon Catchment Management Plan programme, has invited all those involved in the catchment to contribute towards the production of this Action Plan which, I.
hope, reflects the wishes of all those concerned. This will guide our work within the catchment. Hampshire Avon Catchment Management Plan Consultation Report October FOREWORD As ’Guardians of the Water Environment’ it is essential that the National Rivers Authority has a sound foundation for its work in managing groundwater, rivers, estuaries and coastal waters.
The host of the Hampshire Avon catchment partnership is the Wessex Rivers Trust, an environmental charity dedicated to the conservation and restoration of the rivers in the Wessex region, including our fragile and globally important chalk streams.
Working together we can achieve so Author: Ian Martin. The Bristol Avon Catchment Group. Welcome to our website, we are a consortium of organisations who are working together to implement a Management Plan for the Bristol Avon River Catchment.
Our aim is “to develop a collaborative plan to deliver a healthy, functioning, river environment across the catchment”.
Different ways in which Wessex Water values nature in our day to management, planning & education, sets targets Hampshire Avon Catchment: Ml/d abstraction reductions by Case study 2- Biodiversity management Assessing the extent and condition of habitats on our landholdings.
PDF. Title: Hampshire Avon catchment management plan: final report Author: National Rivers Authority Southern Region Document Type: Monograph Abstract: The Hampshire Avon is one of England’s most famous rivers, and has been immortalised on canvas or in ink by some of our most illustrious painters and writers.
HA Catchment flood management plan (EA summary) Hampshire Avon Catchment Flood Management Plan Final Plan, December (EA) Hampshire Avon WFD Management Area Abstraction Licensing Strategy. The Hampshire Avon Catchment Partnership was established in and is made up of a number of organisations who share the common goal of working together to improve the management and health of the Hampshire Avon river catchment, in accordance with the Catchment Based Approach (CaBA).
PDF. Title: Hampshire Avon catchment management plan: third annual review Author: Environment Agency South West Region Document Type: Monograph Abstract: This is the Third Annual Review of the Hampshire Avon Action Plan which was published in the Final Report in 4 Environment Agency Hampshire Avon Catchment Flood Management Plan The catchment of the Hampshire Avon is located in the south of England.
The Hampshire Avon rises in the Vale of Pewsey to the north of Salisbury. The watercourses here receive significant flows from the chalk aquifers underlying Salisbury Plain, and then flow in a southerlyFile Size: 2MB. Hampshire Avon: Catchment flood management plan An overview of the flood risk across the river catchment and recommended ways of managing the risk.
The The Hampshire Avon is characterised by open chalk downland with steep scarp slopes, sheltered valleys, chalk hills, ridges and limestone plateaux. The land use in the catchment is The Hampshire Avon catchment is characterised by open chalk downlands with steep valley sides, sheltered valleys, chalk hills and ridges.
Variations in the topography have a strong influence on the rivers’ response to rainfall. The Upper Avon catchment is typified by undulating chalk downlands on Salisbury Plain.
Catchment partnerships. We’re working in partnership with organisations and individuals across our region to protect and restore the water environment as a part of the catchment based approach (CaBA). The catchment based approach is a way of working at a river catchment scale to improve the water environment for wildlife and people.
This story map was created with the Story Map Series application in ArcGIS Online. Details of activity in the Hampshire Avon catchment. 8: Smaller Catchments: Send keyboard focus to media.
Carbon and Waste Management. Carbon and Waste Management Next: Data and Graphs. Data and Graphs. The Hampshire Avon catchment is characterised by open chalk downlands with steep valley sides, sheltered valleys, chalk hills and ridges.
Variations in the topography have a strong influence on the rivers’ response to rainfall. The Upper Avon catchment is typified by undulating chalk downlands on Salisbury Plain. Integrated River Basin Management 1 Catchment Management Plans and their subsequent reviews will continue to focus mainly on water related issues.
This will be the case with this Third Annual Review of the Hampshire Avon Catchment Management Plan. Section 5 gives a brief overview of our responsibilities in other areas. To address this knowledge gap, suspended sediment fluxes were monitored at 4 sites within the Hampshire Avon catchment between February and August Maximum suspended sediment concentrations ranged from nearly 45 mg 1−1 to mg 1−1.
Catchment Data Search. The Catchment Data Explorer helps you explore and download information about the water environment. It supports and builds upon the data in the river basin management plans here.
You can find catchments and water bodies of interest using a map or searching by name. Salisbury drainage and wastewater strategy. This strategy covers the Salisbury area including Wilton, Harnham, Alderbury, Laverstock and Old Sarum, served by Salisbury water recycling centre (sewage treatment works).
This area is a part of the Hampshire Avon management catchment and Wessex Water's drainage and wastewater management plan. This area is a part of the Hampshire Avon management catchment and Wessex Water's drainage and wastewater management plan.
Catchment background The area. Warminster is in the valley of the headwaters of the River Wylye, one of five main tributaries to the Hampshire Avon River. The Interactions between Sediments and Water and dynamics, aquatic habitats, water quality, aquatic ecology, river morphology, restoration techniques and catchment management.
Show all. Table of contents (44 chapters) Table of contents (44 chapters) Suspended sediment fluxes in chalk streams in the Hampshire Avon catchment, U.K.
Pages. Nutrient Management Plan: Hampshire Avon It will also aid development and change in the Hampshire Avon catchment by ensuring the amount of phosphorus in. River Avon, Hampshire.
The River Avon is a river in the south of England. The river rises in the county of Wiltshire and flows through the city of Salisbury and the county of Hampshire before reaching the English Channel through Christchurch Harbour in the county of es: Wiltshire, Hampshire, Dorset.
Hampshire Avon Catchment Flood Management Plan Revised Action Plan – October Hampshire Avon Catchment Flood Management Plan – Revised Action Plan Policy Unit C ‐ Warminster Policy 4 ‐ Areas of low, moderate or high flood risk where we are already managing the.
A significant area of the Hampshire Avon catchment and its rivers are designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest, Special Area of Conservation or Special Protection Area.
This strategy is designed to protect the habitats and species within these designated sites. It supersedes the Hampshire Avon catchment abstraction management strategy (CAMS) issued in Published 19 December Last updated 3 March + show all updates.
River Hampshire Avon Waterbody Name Hampshire Avon (Upper) d/s Nine Mile River confl. Waterbody ID GB Management Catchment Hampshire Avon River Basin District Avon Hampshire Current Ecological Quality Moderate (previously Good) U/S Grid Ref inspected SU D/S Grid Ref inspected SU Length of river inspected ~1km.
Hampshire Avon and Tamar Demonstration Test Catchment Projects event, which updated stakeholders on the project progress and discussed further funding opportunities. In the afternoon there was a KE session to foster a community of practice and cultivate the Avon DTC networks through knowledge exchange and transfer.
The session. The Hampshire Avon Catchment Flood Management Plan published in indicates that the area of Seven Hatches is on the border between the Salisbury area with policy 5, Areas of moderate to high flood risk where we can generally take further action to reduce flood risk, and the Upper Avon, Wylye sub area with policy 6, Areas of low to moderate.
In England, the Demonstration Test Catchments (DTCs) have been established to provide a basis for testing on-farm mitigation measures using collaborative multi-partner research and some of this work is targeting the Hampshire Avon (∼ km 2) catchment.
To help provide integrated farm advice across England and Wales, a new Excel-based tool Cited by: The River Avon catchment, located in Hampshire in the south of England, is considered to have one of the highest levels of biodiversity in lowland Britain.
As well as km of river being designated as Sites of Special Scientific Interest, the catchment also contains two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, two Environmentally Sensitive Areas.
Hampshire Avon Demonstration Test Catchment. A consortium led by ADAS Consulting, including staff from SHES, together with others from CEH, BGS, the University of Bristol, Queen Mary College London, the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust and Entec Ltd have recently won funding under a joint Defra, Environment Agency and WAG initiative for a 5 year research programme on the Hampshire Avon.
The results will be used to benchmark current water quality status for the Hampshire Avon Demonstration Test Catchment (DTC) project before a range of. Projects: Below are some of the partnership projects as well as a number of existing issue-driven projects, carried out by various groups.
These existing projects are valuable to the catchment partnership as we intend to find synergies within their schemes and assist them in developing potential future partnerships and collaborations.
The Hampshire Avon CFMP gives an overview of the flood risk in the Hampshire Avon catchment and sets out our preferred plan for sustainable flood risk management over the next 50 to years.
The CFMP has been prepared in partnership with regional and local planning authorities, community and environmental groups and other stakeholders. Abstraction licensing strategies (CAMS process) They use the catchment abstraction management strategy (CAMS) process and abstraction licensing strategies to do this.
Hampshire Avon.The Hampshire Avon Catchment Flood Management Plan published in indicates that the area of Hale has sufficient flood risk management, but could be improved to cope with future climate change.
Cooperation. During the planning phase, the public was informed via public meetings and press releases in the newspapers and magazines.