Environment Landscape and Archaeological Committee Report launched

Environment Landscape and Archaeological Committee of the Deben Estuary Partnership Launch their report to inform the Estuary Plan!

This short but interesting report seeks to reflect the points raised in recent consultation with groups and individuals most involved with environmental matters throughout the Deben estuary. It sets out the emerging themes, concerns and proposals that have been put forward and are being considered by the Deben Estuary Partnership’s Environment, Landscape and Archaeology Committee.

The group have developed 16 very interesting maps showing bird roosts, archaeological interest, landscape character types in the estuary etc. This is not a definitive document but forms the basis for policy development and action planning which will inform the Deben Estuary Plan.  Actions in the Plan will be focused on five sectors - from the mouth at Felixstowe Ferry, through the middle reaches, to the tidal limit above Wilford Bridge.

Dowload the report from the Deben Estuary Partnership page.

By Helen Taylor on February 26th, 2014

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