Challenges and Choices is a great opportunity to engage with your communities, partners and stakeholders. It’s a chance to urge your partners to contribute to the consultation and to get them more involved in river basin and catchment management. Challenges and Choices gives you an opportunity to help secure commitment and investment from a wider range of partners –to support your activities and improve the water environment.
News for: Consultation
Working Together is the first consultation in the process of reviewing and updating the river basin management plans for 2021. It sets out the steps and consultation measures to be taken, the proposed timetable and the ways that you can get involved in preparing the updated plans.
Everyone’s views are welcomed. Responding to the consultation is just one way of getting involved in the process. You can also engage with us and our partners both locally and nationally on river basin planning.
As part of the Rationalising the Main River (RMRN) de-maining pilot project, the Environment Agency proposes to transfer flood risk management activities on the following sections of river and assets from the Environment Agency to the internal drainage boards (IDBs), lead local flood authorities (LLFAs) and district councils listed below.
Environment Agency are holding a consultation seeking your views on the charge proposals which have developed to take effect in England in April 2018. The new charge proposals cover:
This consultation has been published seeking your views on a proposed ban on landing egg-bearing lobsters and crawfish in England to help protect these important shellfish stocks. You can find the consultation and details of how to respond here.
The consultation closes on May 15th 2017.
The consultation for the draft update for the River Basin management plan is now open. It will stay open until 10/04/15 at 23:45. Your responses will help influence and shape the update to the river basin management plans in 2015. A consultation response document will be available in Summer 2015.