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Title: Lower Lee catchment plan : consultation report : January 1995
Author: National Rivers Authority Thames Region
Document Type: Monograph
The River Lee is one of the major tributaries of the River Thames. Due to its size, the number of its tributaries, and the significant differences it has throughout its length, the NRA decided to split it into three sections for the purposes of producing CMPs. These sections each have their own CMP and are the: Upper Lee CMP; Middle Lee CMP; Lower Lee CMP. This report does not seek to establish in a final form the vision and guiding policy objectives for the catchment, or define in detail the action plans to tackle the key issues for the water environment. Rather it describes the catchment, reviews the state of the water environment and identifies an outline strategy, including a draft vision, for tackling the key issues facing the Lower Lee Catchment. The draft catchment vision, supporting policy objectives and potential actions, we present in Section 2 will only be finalised once we have had an opportunity to review and consider your response to this Consultation Report.
Publisher: National Rivers Authority
Publication Date: 1995
Publication Place: Rickmansworth
Subject Keywords: Aquatic environmentRiversCatchment Management PlansStrategies
Geographic Keywords: Lee (Hertford)
Extent: 121; + appendices
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