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Martin Padley

Introduction and Consultation

consultation
Consultation

Consultation on conservation, access and recreational issues: -

  • Remains critically important to United Utilities, so that when making investment decisions, reviewing policies and developing plans, UU incorporates the very latest thinking and advice into our approach.
  • We proactively engage with a wide range of stakeholders both formally and informally.
  • Is undertaken locally at least twice a year within each of the four areas
  • Consultation on topics with wider application are managed by special topic groups, such as moorland management
local consultation
Local Consultation

Membership includes: -

  • Statutory Bodies – Environment Agency, Natural England, Lake District National Park Authority, Peak District National Park Authority and Police
  • Land Managers – Tenants, National Trust, Forestry Commission, neighbouring estates, Commoners and NFU
  • Charities, Trusts and Campaign Groups – RSPB, Groundwork, Cumbria Wildlife Trust, Lancashire Wildlife Trust, Longdendale Heritage Trust, Campaign to Protect Rural England, Council of Physical Recreation
  • Local Groups - Cumbria Tourism, Lancashire Rural Futures, archaeological groups, local access groups
  • Councils – County, Borough and Parish Councils
  • Recreational Interests – Fishing groups, mountain bikers, shooting groups, Countryside Alliance, British Mountaineering Council, Ramblers Association, footpath groups
  • Independent Members
local issues north
Local Issues - North
  • AMP5 SCaMP
  • Land restoration
  • Retired reservoirs
  • Woodland projects at Thirlmere
  • Managing recreation
  • Common Land
local issues bowland
Local Issues - Bowland
  • AMP4 SCaMP
  • Woodland management
  • Wildlife
local issues central
Local Issues - Central
  • AMP5 SCaMP
  • Woodland plans
  • Car parking
  • Moorland re-wetting
  • Go Ape at Rivington
local issues south
Local Issues - South
  • AMP4 SCaMP
  • Forestry Stewardship Council
  • Visitor management
  • Anti-social behaviour
  • Heritage
  • Archaeology
  • Moorland Management
  • Long term management of SSSI’s
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