We have now finalised the findings of Junes’ Workshop and outlined these in a concept that we believe captures the essence of the days discussions. There are many details to be discussed and decided but we hope that you find this an interesting concept that can be developed in to something that could really help…
This was sent to the key Broads stakeholders as below. Sent: 09 May 2023 08:06 To: ‘Kelvin BASG’ <[email protected]> Subject: Workshop on Managing the Broads Environment For The Future Dear xxx As the climate and environment changes the challenges of managing the Broads Environment become more demanding each year. Reduction, in real terms value of…
Dutch field study and supporting analysis of air curtains and other measures to reduce salinity transport through shipping locks
This presentation is a desktop study into the causes and potential solution for providing some flood and salinity incursion relief on the River Bure in the Norfolk Broads.
A guide to catching fishing in the Broads.
Ben Wagstaff published his scientific paper in Dec 2021, which presented results and provided insights for better informed and improved management and mitigation strategies of harmful Prymnesium parvum algal blooms
We have finally reached a position with the Hoveton saga, following a legal exchange between the respective groups
Martin Salter presented the following at the IFM conference held in Nov-21 on the history and challenges brought to bear on the Hoveton project.
Hoveton Great Broad – Minded to Consultation – 3 Temporary Fish Barriers, EPR/RB3557SW: Flood risk activity permit
Letter to BA Planning Committee. It follows a further planning application from Natural England in an attempt to avoid enforcement action BA/2021/0198/COND