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Title: Teddington flow survey 1989
Author: Martin Attrill
Document Type: Monograph
In June 1986, a public enquiry was held into Thames Waters application to vary its licence (28/39/M/2) to abstract water from the river Thames between Windsor and Teddington, this being referred to as the Teddington Flow Proposal (TFP). This variation was designed to remove the restriction on abstraction related to the flow of water over Teddington Weir, the minimum flow over the weir was to be reduced to 200 thousand cubic metres per day (tcm/d). It was proposed that greater extraction should be possible during the winter/spring period to allow maintenance of reservoir levels and so prevent excessive drought orders and extraction during summer.
Publisher: National Rivers Authority
Publication Date: 1989
Publication Place: Reading
Extent: 22; + tables and appendices
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