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Cat fuller adur ouse catchment co ordinator environment agency 25 april 2012

Cat Fuller

Adur & Ouse catchment co-ordinator

Environment Agency

25 April 2012


Content

Current Pilot catchments

Steps so far for the Adur and Ouse

Adur and Ouse pilot catchment objectives

Collaborative Delivery Model

Examples and case studies

Emerging Lessons


100 catchments

25 pilots

41 wider initiatives


Steps so far for the adur and ouse

Creation of EA virtual team and preparation of our evidence

Stakeholder Analysis

1-1 Conversations

Steps so far for the Adur and Ouse:

Initiation of Catchment Steering group

Jointly agree governance, objectives, ways of working


Pilot objectives for the adur and ouse
Pilot Objectives for the Adur and Ouse

  • Working together to understand the issues.

  • Discussing and agreeing on outcomes and priorities.

  • Sharing information and resources.

  • Working together to tackle difficult issues that require multi-agency input.

  • Working collaboratively to deliver work on the ground to achieve the agreed outcomes.


Adur ouse collaborative delivery model

Coastal Waters

Fisheries

Groundwater

Surface Water quality

Engagement

Natural Rivers

Adur & Ouse Collaborative Delivery Model

  • Theme Strategic Aim, top level ONLY

  • Objectives What specifically do we want to do?

  • Targets Include evidence (where we are now & where we want to be)

  • Action What is going to be done by whom and by when.


(c) NaturaImaging / Gerald Legg

Coastal Waters

Sussex Coastal Habitats Inshore Pilot Project (SCHIP)

Outputs:

Production of a high resolution habitat map

Ground truthed through dives and experts

Map will be used to inform the pressures for WFD and a baseline for the MCZ process

Series of participatory workshops to gather community input

Undertake a SWOT analysis of potential to utliilse community involvement in wider WFD monitoring


Natural Rivers

Integrating Flood Risk Management with Water Framework Directive: Morph

Case Study: Morph

Morph is a catchment wide project addressing 15 sites within the river Ouse. We are combining our dual objectives through river and floodplain restoration

Community Engagement

We have held several stakeholder drop insessions in village halls to discuss the project

Following the drop in:

90% understood why we are doing MORPH quite well or very well

91% feel that restoration of the river & floodplain is the right thing to do

1-1 engagement is now taking place at site specific locations


Engagement

Use of social media and shared communications platform

Knowledge Hub set up to help facilitate partnerships

Partner website to encourage debate and space for catchment blog, next step is to set up twitter

Identification of network of partner opportunities


Emerging Lessons:

Collaborative working takes time (a really long time)

You can never be too prepared for meetings

Mutual understanding of aspirations is critical for joint success

“Collaborative working isn’t rocket science……

…..it’s much harder than that”


Thank You

www.environment-agency.gov.uk/catchments

http://www.fishactive.com/county/sussex/sussex-blogs


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