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Title: River Kennet catchment management plan : annual review 1994/95 Draft report
Author: National Rivers Authority Thames Region
Document Type: Monograph
The National Rivers Authority (NRA) is currently undertaking a programme of Catchment Management Plans (CMPs). CMPs allow the NRA to balance all the competing requirements and interests of the users of the water environment. The process realises the environmental potential of a catchment in terms of water quality, water quantity and physical features. The first stage is the production of a Consultation Report. This outlines the issues within the catchment and the options for their solution. Following a period of consultation, an Action Plan (nee Final Report) is produced. This includes activity plans (nee Action plan) for improvements to the water environment. It outlines areas of work and investment proposed by the NRA and others. The River Kennet rises to the north west of Marlborough and generally flows eastwards to its confluence with the Thames at Reading, a distance of some 98 km, passing through towns of Marlborough, Newbury and Thatcham.
Publisher: National Rivers Authority
Publication Date: 1995
Publication Place: Reading
Extent: 37; + appendices
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