Delivering multiple benefits for people and wildlife: a catchment based approach
The Ancholme Catchment Partnership (ACP) is part of the national initiative of Catchment Based Approach (CaBA) where collaborative working is resulting in activities on the ground for all 100+ river catchments across England and Wales.
It covers the upper reaches of the River Rase and becks like Kingerby that flow into the Ancholme out into the Humber and North Sea to the Alkborough Flats to the west of the Ancholme on the banks of the Humber. See the map below for more detail.
As a new partnership for 2020, we are currently developing an Integrated Water Management Plan which will be available as a draft here for consultation in early 2021.
Partnership aims and objectives
- Improve and maintain good water quality
- Reduce environmental risks for people and wildlife
- Deliver nature’s recovery
- Enhance the local landscape, historic and cultural features
- Inspire people to love their waterways
- Build understanding of a multiple benefits approach
Objectives for 2020 - 2025
- To engage a broad spectrum of stakeholders and the community to deliver towards the aims and vision
- To produce an integrated water management plan for the Ancholme Catchment that delivers the vision
- To identify and prioritise actions to deliver the plan so the aims are met
- To develop a project pipeline and bid for resources to realise the plan
- To report on successes and lessons learnt locally and nationally
The Ancholme Catchment Partnership and Active Members
The partnership includes statutory agencies, Local Authorities, water companies, non-governmental organisations and research institutions. We plan to develop further working groups as can be seen below.
If you have an interest in the River Ancholme, any of its tributaries or water management elsewhere in the catchment and would like to be involved, please contact us at the details below.