Policy paper: Steeping, Great Eau and Long Eau abstraction licensing strategy

Environment Agency

March 23
07:34 2020

CAMS: The Steeping, Great Eau and Long Eau Catchment Abstraction Management Strategy

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This Catchment Abstraction Management Strategy sets out how water resources are managed in the Steeping, Great Eau and Long Eau catchment. It provides information on how we will manage existing and new abstraction licences. It also provides information about where water is available for further abstraction and an indication of how reliable a new abstraction licence may be. It supercedes the strategy issued in 2005.

Published 27 February 2013
Last updated 23 March 2020 +show all updates
  1. Abstraction management strategies have been updated with the latest information on water resource availability.

  2. First published.

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