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  • Medway and Swale Big Clean: over 100 local residents taking part over the course of a weekend, with three 12 yard skips and three open rubbish trucks filled with litter cleared from the riverside. (Medway Swale Estuary Partnership).

Coastal management:

  • Thanet Coastal Codes: the first set of voluntary codes written by local people for their own activities within a marine protected area. Fostering local user ownership and helping to encourage responsible use of the coast. (Thanet Coast Project).

  • Personal Water Craft (PWC) Working Group: a cross-sectoral group addressing the use of personal water craft around the Kent coast. Achievements of the group have included the production of an advice leaflet and code of conduct for the use of PWCs; production of posters promoting the code of conduct and where to use PWCs in Kent; a spring seminar attended by over 80 delegates, providing advice and guidance, discussion and the opportunity to experience a PWC ride. (Kent Coastal Network).

  • Thames Strategy East: 11 Thames-edge Boroughs plus Environment Agency, English Nature, Greater London Authority and others for sustainable development in Thames Gateway. (Thames Estuary Partnership).

  • Thames Tidal Habitat Action Plan: developed and implemented with partners. (Thames Estuary Partnership).

  • Contributing to the submission of an INTERREG bid for Bathing Water Management (North West Coastal Forum).

  • Commissioning consultants to undertake a study to inform a strategy for the Regeneration of Fishing Communities in the North West. (North West Coastal Forum)

  • Water transport schemes, Cumulative development analysis, access and heritage enhancement, dredging studies, mariculture support and analysis, codes of practice for water users, interpretation and events programmes, integrated European Site Schemes of Management. (Devon County Council)

  • Wash Estuary Management Plan (2004) Wash Estuary Management Plan (2nd edition) (Wash Estuary Strategy Group)

  • A series of compatible initiatives associated with management of the Humber: English Nature’s Regulation 33, the Environment Agency’s ‘Planning for the Rising tides’ (Humber Flood Risk Management Strategy), the recent review of environmental permits in relation to the Humber’s conservation objectives, the Humber Management Scheme with its supporting Codes of Conduct, and Associated British Port’s Humber Strategy and its creation of intertidal habitat to compensate for environmental impacts. These initiatives are founded on environmental surveys, research and mathematical


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