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Title: East Hampshire catchment management plan : consultation report
Author: National Rivers Authority Southern Region
Document Type: Monograph
The East Hampshire Rivers Catchment lies in the Hanpshire Basin which covers the southern part of Hampshire and extends into the coastal plain of West Sussex. Catchment Management Plans relate firstly to the Authority's own operations, including that of a statutory regulator controlling the actions of others. However, the Plans also offer an opportunity for input from the public to the development of NRA policy, and for the Authority itself to draw attention to its aspirations for the improvement of the water environment. The Plans concentrate on topics where the Authority has a direct interest and are focused mainly on the river corridor, although some functions such as water resource management and pollution control inevitably extend over the whole catchment area. Whilst they lack the status of statutory planning documents, it is hoped that Catchment Plans will make a positive input to the Town and Country planning process.
Publisher: National Rivers Authority
Publication Date: 1995
Publication Place: Worthing
Extent: 65
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