Adur and Ouse Projects - Catchment Change Network

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Adur and Ouse Task & Finish Group membership (June 2012)
Fisheries
Chair – Dave Brown
Members –
EA – Steve Lysyj
Wild Trout Trust – Andy Thomas
Atlantic Salmon and Trout
Association – Ivor Llewelyn
OART – Dave Brown
Coastal Waters
Chair – Rob Clark
Members –
EA – Sigrun Schroeder
IFCA – Rob Clark
SWT – Erin Pettifer
NE –Emma Kellman
BHCC – Rich Howorth (through
correspondance)
SW – Paul Linwood
Groundwater
Chair – Chris Manning
Members –
EA –Rosie Pyper/Lucy Roberts/Polly
Wallace
SDNP –Chris Manning/Jeremy
Burgess/Phillippa Morrisson-Price
BHCC – Jessica Hamilton/Rich
Howarth/Matthew Thomas
Southern Water – Paul Linwood
SEW – Chris Taylor
SmithsGore – Guy Streeter
Lewes DC – Dan Danahar
RSPB – Bruce Fowkes
NT – Crispin Scott
NE – Nicola Davies
SWT – Henri Brocklebank
Surface Water Quality
Chair – Simon Lohrey
Members –
EA – Khadine Morcom/Rob
Boutle/Suzanne Whittaker
OART – Dave Brown/Peter King
SEW – Simon Lohrey/Neil Hudson
Independent agriculture advisor –
Prim Duplessis
SW – Paul Linwood
Brighton Uni – Huw Roberts
Natural Rivers
Chair – Henri Brocklebank
Members –
EA – Lou Parker/Sally Chadwick
OART – Peter King
SEW – Simon Lohrey
SWT – Henri Brocklebank/Fran
Southgate/Sandra Manning Jones
SDNP – Jan Knowlson
NT – Helen Dangerfield (initially)
NE – Kristoffer Hewitt
Engagement
Chair – Helen Dangerfield
Members –
EA – Rebecca Manning
SWT – Fran Southgate/Michael
Blencowe
Brighton Uni – Paul Gilchrist
IFCA – Rob Clark
NT – Helen Dangerfield
SDNP – Jeremy Burgess
BHCC – Rich Howorth
FishActive – Paul Sharman
Adur and Ouse Projects by theme (Yr 2 of Defra WFD funds)
see www.environment-agency/catchments
Fisheries
Chair – Dave Brown
Project – South Coast Sea Trout
Action Plan
Project Lead – Steve Lysyj
Project Officer Andy Thomas
Project Partners: WTT, Angling
Clubs.
Surface Water Quality
Surface Water Quality
(1 of 2)
Chair –Simon Lohrey
Project – Agricultural Diffuse
Pollution
Project Lead – Steve Lysyj
Project Officer - Prim Duplessis
(2 of 2)
Chair – Simon Lohrey
Project –Ouse Upstream Thinking
Project Partners: WTT, landowners
Project Partners: South East
Water, University of Brighton
Aim:
Delivery of our South Coast Sea
Trout action plan, habitat
enhancements in WFD failing
stretches.
Aim:
Delivery of a suite of advice and
intervention measures on
identified high environmental
risks estates. This project in
integral to the delivery of the Adur
and Ouse suite of wider projects.
Status:
Officer employed, and site
identification beginning for
bidding into Catchment
Restoration Fund.
Status:
Officer employed, and site
identification beginning for
bidding into Catchment
Restoration Fund
Spend to date:
£20,000
Spend to date:
£40,000
Project Lead – Jane Birch
Project Officer- Simon Lohrey
Aim:
Encouragement of good farming
practices to help reduce nutrient
loading into the river Ouse. Long
term funding for this project will
be embedded into PR14.
Status:
Project officer employed and
seeking PR14 options. Integration
of Surface Water Drinking Plans
into catchment actions.
Delivering ecosystems services
national profile project.
Spend:
£45,000
Adur and Ouse Projects (Yr 2 of Defra WFD funds)
see www.environment-agency/catchments
Natural Rivers
(1 of 4)
Chair – Henri Brocklebank
Project –MORPH
Project Lead – Sally Chadwick
Project Officer- Peter King
Project Partners: OART, National
Trust, landowners
Aim:
Integration of WFD objectives for
failing morphology and fisheries
with delivery of the Catchment
Flood Management Plan options
for the Ouse
Status:
Project officer employed (shared
with ARPHA). 14 sites taken
through options appraisal, outline
options and detailed design.
Groundwork for 4 sites due to start
Summer 2012. Complementary
Hydrometry and Telemetry
catchment plan agreed for
hydrometric assets
Spend to date:
£400,000
Natural Rivers
(2 of 4)
Chair – Henri Brocklebank
Project – ARPHA
Project Lead – Lou Parker
Project Officer- Peter King
Project Partners: OART,
landowners
Aim:
Integration of WFD objectives for
failing morphology and fisheries
with delivery of the Catchment
Flood Management Plan options
for the Adur
Status:
Options appraisal of all Adur
assets. 16 sites selected for
options appraisal. Up to 6 sites
taken forward for detailed design.
Spend to date:
£100,000
Natural Rivers
(3 of 4)
Chair – Henri Brocklebank
Project – Teville Stream
Project Lead – Lou Parker
Project Partners: Worthing BC,
West Sussex CC, SWT, Glaxo
Smith Cline, landowners
Aim:
Delivery of morphological, water
quality and invasive species
measures in an ‘bad’ urban
waterbody
Status:
Detailed design for river
restoration incorporating surface
water and contaminated land
issues. Long term spatial planning
contribution potential. Financial
contributions of external partner of
up to 50% project value.
Spend to date:
£290,000
Adur and Ouse Projects (Yr 2 of Defra WFD funds)
see www.environment-agency/catchments
Natural Rivers
(4 of 4)
Chair – Henri Brocklebank
Project –TrUck
Project Lead – Rosie Pyper
Project Officer- Sandra ManningJones
Project Partners: Woodland Trust,
SWT, Uckfield Valley Flood Forum,
landowners, Forestry Commission,
University of Durham/Laucenne,
Sussex Floodplain Meadows
Aim:
Identify areas in the River Uck
catchment where planting
woodland and other habitat
improvements could reduce the risk
of flooding downstream at Uckfield
and Lewes.
Coastal Waters
Groundwater
Chair – Rob Clark
Project – Sussex Coastal Inshore
Pilot (SCHIP) project
Project Lead – Mark Bennet
Chair – Chris Manning
Project – Groundwater Protection
in Brighton and Hove
Project Lead – Rosie Pyper
Project Officer- Prim Duplessis
Project Partners: IFCA, SWT,
Channel Coast Observatory
Aim:
Integration of WFD and Marine
Conservation Zone measures
through creation of a high
resolution map of Sussex coastal
waterbody. This map will be used
in community consultation for
ground truthing commercial
interests.
Status:
Project officer employed. 20 sites
identified, surveyed and modelled
to ascertain maximum flood risk
benefit
Status:
Data gathered from CCO and
collated into report. Initial
baseline consultation carried out
through social media and existing
community forums.
Spend to date:
£47,000
Spend to date:
£47,000
Project Partners: BHCC, tenant
farmers
Aim:
Working with Brighton chalk block
landowners and tenant farmers
about farming practices to protect
the failing groundwater aquifer.
Status:
Evidence gathered and landowner
workshop planned with novel
satellite technologies to trial in
catchment.
Spend to date:
£35,000
Acronyms!
ARPHA
Adur Restoration of Physical Habitat
ASTA
Atlantic Salmon and Trout Association
BHCC
Brighton and Hove City Council
EA
Environment Agency
GWPBH
Ground Water Protection in Brighton and Hove
IFCA
Inshore Fisheries Conservation Authorities
MORPH
Middle Ouse Restoration of Physical Habitat
NE
Natural England
NT
National Trust
OART
Ouse and Adur Rivers Trust
OUT
Ouse Upstream Thinking
RSPB
Royal Society for the Protection of Birds
SCHIP
Sussex Coastal Inshore Pilot
SDNP
South Downs National Park
SEW
South East Water
SW
Southern Water
SWT
Sussex Wildlife Trust
TRUCK
Trees on the River Uck
WTT
Wild Trout Trust
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