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Title: River Kennet catchment management plan : consultation report : March 1993
Author: National Rivers Authority Thames Region
Document Type: Monograph
The Regions of the NRA are defined in terms of natural river catchment boundaries. These have provided a logical focus for managing the water environment over many years and this approach is reflected in the CMP process. The purposes of a Catchment Management Plan (CMP) are to: focus attention on the water environment of a specific river catchment; involve all interested parties in planning for the future well being of that catchment; and, establish an integrated plan of action for managing the catchment over the next five years. Preparation of a CMP involves a number of activities which are described in detail on the figure on p. 1-7. This document, the Consultation Report, is the first step in the process and not the finished Plan. The River Kennet is the second catchment within the Thames Region to be assessed using the catchment management planning process. Publication of this Consultation Report marks the start of a period of formal consultation which will give you the chance to work with us in planning the future of the catchment.
Publisher: National Rivers Authority
Publication Date: 1993
Publication Place: Reading
Subject Keywords: Catchment Management PlansAquatic environmentRiversSustainable development
Geographic Keywords: KennetKennet and Pang catchment
Extent: n.p. [186]
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