A lot of work has already been done in our catchment. Our Catchment Plan aims to draw together all these sources of data to act as a hub.
Some existing work that may be of interest includes:
Environment Agency’s Humber River Basin District Management Plan – 2015 – Identified the current state of waterbodies, pressures, objectives and actions for improvement.
Environment Agency’s Ouse catchment flood management plan – 2009 -Establish flood risk management policies which will deliver sustainable flood risk management for the long term.
Strategic Partnership for the River Ouse and its Tributaries – 2007 – Opportunity plan to identify potential locations for environmental enhancement projects. hard copy held by DVRN.
North Yorkshire and York Local Nature Partnership – Vision and plan of action of how the natural environment can be taken into account in decision making.
Nidderdale AONB management plan – 2014 – 2019 – Guidelines for managing the AONB to enhance biodiversity and conserve the environment.
Yorkshire Dales National Park management plan – 2013 – Ambitions for how the National Park will be looked after over the next five to ten years.
Campaign for the Farmed Environment prioritisation plan for North Yorkshire – 2013
Selby district council Countryside and Green Space Strategy – Ambitions for countryside and how it can conserve and enhance the biodiversity by working with partners and communities.
Leeds City Region Green Infrastructure Strategy – 2010 – Identifies where environmental investment will contribute to economic vitality and health. Updated strategy due for publication in early 2017.
North East Green Infrastructure mapping project – 2010 – Identifies green corridors with the aim to protect and create green spaces.
Biodiversity Action Plans– 2000 – 2010 – Identify local status of species and habitats, with threats and opportunities. Establish local measures to deliver UK Biodiversity Action Plan
Yorkshire Dales National Park – Nature in the Dales 2020 vision.
City of York