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Title: North West Norfolk catchment management plan : first annual review : November 1995 - November 1996
Author: Environment Agency Anglian Region
Document Type: Monograph
Abstract:
The purpose of this Annual Review is to: report on achievements and progress in undertaking the agreed Action Plan activities; encourage a continued dialogue between parties responsible for action and ensure the continued delivery of results; report on changes in the activity programme; and, consider the future review of the Management Plan. This should ensure that the plan continues to address relevant and significant issues in the catchment. This report will primarily focus on the water environment and the progress of the existing CMP* The surface water catchment area covered is shown on Map 1. Waste and Integrated Pollution Control (IPC) responsibilities and issues within the plan area, which have not previously been considered within this process, are briefly described in Sections 5.0 and 6.0. The North West Norfolk Catchment covers an area of 1007km2 which is almost entirely within Norfolk. It has a population of approximately 109 000 which is predicted to increase to approximately 127 000 by the year 2006. Forty percent of the population is located in the three main towns of Kings Lynn (35,135), Downham Market (5,965) and Hunstanton (2,440). Kings Lynn is the major urban centre within the catchment. It is the nodal point for the trunk and primary road network in the catchment which provides links with Swaffham, Downham Market and Hunstanton. There is also a main railway line from Kings Lynn to London.
Publisher: Environment Agency
Publication Date: 1997
Publication Place: Peterborough
Subject Keywords: Catchment Management PlansWater qualityWaste disposalAnnual reportsPollution controlHabitat improvementEnvironmental management
Geographic Keywords: NorfolkNorth West Norfolk catchment
Extent: 48
Permalink: http://www.environmentdata.org/archive/ealit:1131
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