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Title: Louth coastal : consultation report
Author: Environment Agency Anglian Region
Document Type: Monograph
Annotation: EA additional title info: March 1998
This document forms the basis for consultation between the Environment Agency and all those with interests in the Plan area. Local Environment Agency Plans are being developed by the Agency for the whole of England and Wales. Their primary purpose is to enable us to identify and focus upon the problems and issues for those areas of the environment over which we have an influence, and to develop a plan of actions to remedy those problems. This Consultation Document marks the first step in the process by discussing the issues we have identified in our consideration of the Louth Coastal Plan area and a range of options to resolve them. The Louth Coastal Area is situated within the County of Lincolnshire an d covers an area of 1040 km2. It is a predominantly rural area, home to some 90,000 people - a figure which can be swelled by the influx of holiday makers during the summer season to well over 240,000. Tourism is obviously vital to the wealth of this area, a factor influenced by the quality of its seven E.C. Designated Bathing Waters all of which comply with the Mandatory standards.
Publisher: Environment Agency
Publication Date: 1998
Publication Place: Lincoln
Subject Keywords: ConsultationLocal action plans (EA)Catchment managementEnvironmental managementEnvironmental planningRiversWater qualityFlood controlNature conservationWaste managementRiver fisheriesCoastsMarshes
Geographic Keywords: Louth Grimsby and Ancholme catchmentLincolnshire
Extent: 137; + maps, appendices
Total file downloads: 316

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