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Title: Tame catchment management plan : consultation report : January 1996 (NRA Severn -Trent 36)
Author: National Rivers Authority Severn-Trent Region
Document Type: Monograph
This Consultation Report is the first stage in the catchment management planning process for the River Tame catchment. It provides a framework for consultation and is also a means of seeking commitment from those involved, to realise the full environmental potential of the catchment. The River Tame is the major tributary of the River Trent and with the River Anker drains an area of 1,470 sq km (568 sq miles). The catchment contains a population of 1.75 million people and includes most of Birmingham and the Black Country and the towns of Tamworth, Hinckley and Nuneaton. This report is divided in two parts. The first parts contains sections on: managing the water environment, overview, issues and options, town and country planning and the water environment. The second part contains sections on: catchment uses and resources; current state of the catchment; appendices; tables; figures and maps.
Publisher: National Rivers Authority
Publication Date: 1996
Publication Place: Lichfield
Subject Keywords: ConsultationCatchment Management PlansCatchment managementRiversWater qualityFlood risk managementNature conservationRiver fisheriesNature conservation
Geographic Keywords: West MidlandsTame (West Midlands)Tame Anker and Mease catchmentAnker
Extent: 175; + appendices, tables, figures and maps
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