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Title: Grimsby / Ancholme LEAP : March 2000
Author: Environment Agency Anglian Region
Document Type: Monograph
The Grimsby/Ancholme LEAP provides a position statement on the current state of the areas environment, and describes the major issues which affect its environmental, economic and social wellbeing. The Agency aim is to improve the local environment and support development whilst considering social and economic interests. The LEAP provides the opportunity to demonstrate that environment protection and improvement need not compromise wealth generation, and can bring social benefits which significantly enhance our quality of life. To achieve this objective the Environment Agency will operate openly and in consultation with local communities, creating strong partnerships with the common goal of protecting and developing the Grimsby/Ancholme catchment for this and future generations. The publication of the Grimsby/Ancholme Draft LEAP (June 1999) marked the start of a three month period of formal consultation, enabling external organisations and the general public to work with us in planning the future of the local environment. The LEAP, which takes into account the views expressed during the consultation process, is a 5 year plan identifying actions, costs and timescales for both the Agency and its partners to resolve the identified issues. Where appropriate, agreed actions are incorporated into the Agencys annual Business Plan.
Publisher: Environment Agency
Publication Date: 2000
Publication Place: Peterborough
Subject Keywords: Local action plans (EA)Catchment managementEnvironmental planningRiversWater qualityWater abstractionBiodiversityNature conservationRiver fisheriesSewageWater pollutionGroundwater
Geographic Keywords: LincolnshireLouth Grimsby and Ancholme catchmentAncholmeHumber
Extent: n.p. [90]
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