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River Torridge catchment management plan

National Rivers Authority. South Western Region.

River Torridge catchment management plan

consultation report.

by National Rivers Authority. South Western Region.

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Published by The Authority, South Western Region in [Exeter?] .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination84p. :
Number of Pages84
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18597915M

River Level Monitoring Stations on the River Torridge at River Levels UK is a full listing of all river level monitoring stations across England, Scotland and Wales, as well as flood alerts and flood risk forecasts from the Flood Forecasting Centre. The usual range of the River Torridge at Torrington is between m and m. It has been between these levels for 90% of the time since monitoring began. The typical recent level of the River Torridge at Torrington over the past 12 months has been between m and m. It has been between these levels for at least days in the past year.

1. Background to the management catchment summary This management catchment summary supports the current consultation on the updated river basin management plans. Along with detailed information on the Water Watch Wales website, this summary will help to inform and support delivery of local environmental Size: KB. 2. The Dee Management Catchment Figure 1. Dee Management Catchment The Dee management catchment covers an area of 2, square kilometres, mainly in Wales but in the lower reaches the Dee often runs along the border with England. Its source is in the mountains and lakes of the Snowdonia National Park and it runs to theFile Size: KB.

The River Torridge and its tributaries flow generally northwards, emerging in the Taw-Torridge Estuary at Bideford. The longer (south-eastern) branch of the valley lies between the High Culm Ridges and the West Torridge Upland Farmland, extending south . river Torridge catchment, an area of s hectares. The Torridge flows from its headwaters near Hartland, down to Okehampton where it picks up the Lew and Okement, widening into steeper-sided valleys at Rosemoor and Great Torrington, and out to the estuary at Bideford. This is a predominantly farmed landscape of heavy, poorly drained.


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River Torridge catchment management plan by National Rivers Authority. South Western Region. Download PDF EPUB FB2

4 Environment Agency North Devon Catchment Flood Management Plan The North Devon catchment includes the areas drained River Torridge catchment management plan book the River Taw and its tributaries, the River Torridge and its tributaries, and the North Devon Coastal Rivers that flow directly into the sea.

The North Devon CFMP covers an area of some 2, square kilometres ( square miles).File Size: 2MB. The Taw/Torridge Estuary Catchment Management Plan Consultation Report covers the estuary below the tidal limit and a short length of the adjoining coastline.

The River Taw Catchment Management Plan Consultation Report, to be published later this year, will cover the River Taw above the tidal limit and the freshwater inputs to the Taw Estuary.

The objective of catchment management must be to predict and reduce conflicts of use and to achieve all use related objectives. The National Rivers Authority (NRA) has decided that the best way of achieving this is through the production of Catchment Management Plans.

These are drawn up in consultation. The Action Plan for the Taw-Torridge Estuary will be monitored annually when further annual reviews will be produced. We will review progress again in May when we will publish our second Annual Review of the Taw-Torridge Estuary Catchment Management Plan - Action Plan catchment.

This Annual Review of the Taw/Torridge Estuary Catchment Management Plan Action Plan is reported to the members of both the River Torridge and the River Taw Catchment Steering Catchment Steering Group Members are: River Taw Catchment Steering Group: Name Representing Mr R Boa Local IndustryFile Size: KB.

Catchment Flood Management Plan: This can be used to check planned actions for reducing flood risk in this catchment in order to identify opportunities to create multi-benefit actions, and to identify opportunities to add flood risk benefits to other planned projects. Taw Torridge Estuary Management Plan - Report 3 - 14.

To develop and strengthen a robust economy that enhances the environment. Policies Objectives E1 To encourage and promote produce distinct to the estuary environment to ensure that the economic value of the estuary is recognised. Torridge drains to the east and the Hartland Streams to the west.

The two largest river catchments are the River Torridge and the River Taw. The River Torridge flows from its source near Bradworthy to the Torridge estuary at Bideford with its main tributary originating near to the town of Okehampton.

Generally the river has a gentle slope of about %. Mr Grosvenor informed Members of the Draft update to the River Basin Management Plans consultation which starts on the 10 October for six months and that Members are advised to feed into this consultation.

He also mentioned that on the same day the Regional Flood Risk Management Plan is out for consultation for three months. Catchment flood management plans (CFMPs) consider all types of inland flooding, from rivers, groundwater, surface water and tidal flooding.

Shoreline management plans consider flooding from the. This Estuary and Catchment Management Plan (E&CMP) for Wallis Lake has been developed through an extensive review of the existing Wallis Lake Estuary Management Plan (EMP) () and Wallis Lake Catchment Management Plan (CMP) () as well as lengthy internal and external stakeholder engagement.

The Great Lakes Water. Taw Torridge Estuary Management Plan - 5 - undertaken this refresh of the plan with support of the TTEF and under the umbrella of the Biosphere Reserve Partnership with close reference to the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty management plan ().

Climate change The response of the coastline and estuaries to climate changeFile Size: 1MB. The Torridge River Restoration Project (TRRP) is an ambitious project aiming to restore the water quality and ecological health of two key areas of the catchment, through a targeted programme of integrated farm advice, capital works, community action and training.

The River Torridge at Volehouse Moor nature reserve. Priority catchments. Diffuse pollution priority catchments have been identified by SEPA as catchments failing to meet environmental standards. Each catchment has a dedicated coordinator who is responsible for liaising with local land managers, organising visits and ensuring measures are implemented where non-compliances are identified as detailed within the Rural diffuse pollution plan Missing: River Torridge.

A paradigm shift in approach to stormwater and river management has developed over the past few years, based on the philosophy of integrated catchment management. This document provides basic insight into the issues and challenges facing the catchment, stormwater and river management service and details a multi-faceted strategy to achieveFile Size: KB.

and/or rural activities. Simple schematics of river catchment networks and a river catchment landscape can be found in Figure In reality, river networks are far more complex that those shown in Figure A useful exampl e is the Eden catchment (North West England) which covers an area of km2.

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River Severn: Catchment flood management plan An overview of the flood risk across the river catchment and recommended ways of managing the risk now and over the next 50 to years.

Published 1. Torridge River Restoration Project The TRRP aims to restore the water quality and ecological health of the River Torridge catchment, through a targeted programme of integrated farm advice, capital works, community action and training. The TRRP is led by Devon Wildlife Trust (DWT) and is supported by a Water Environment.

The Oxley Creek Catchment Management Plan provides a broad framework for water resources, land use practices and management decision making objectives. The plan identifies the ecological, cultural, historic, social and economic values within the catchment, whilst encompassing the necessary initiatives for coordinated future management and.Rivers Taw, Torridge & North Devon Streams catchment area before submitting an application.

Capital items prioritised in the Rivers Taw, Torridge & North Devon Streams catchment. Applicants are more likely to receive funding if their application addresses at least one of the following local pollution issues: 21 April The NIA aims to restore and re-create a wildlife-rich landscape across the internationally important river Torridge catchment, and to develop stronger links between environment, economy and local communities.

This is a very rural area with small mixed farms, intensive dairy units, conifer plantations and tiny settlements.