Subcatchment:Salmons Brook

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Catchment

River basin district Thames
River basin London

Subcatchment

River name Salmons Brook
Area category 10 - 100 km²
Area (km2)
Maximum altitude category 100 - 200 m
Maximum altitude (m) 136
136 m
0.136 km
13,600 cm
Dominant geology Calcareous
Ecoregion Great Britain
Dominant land cover Suburban
Waterbody ID GB106038027960

Location: 51° 38' 55", -0° 5' 59"

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List of case studies in this subcatchment

Project titleThemeProject status
Alma Road Rain GardensEnvironmental flows and water resources
Flood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Social benefits
Water quality
Urban
In progress
Bury Lodge WetlandsEnvironmental flows and water resources
Flood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Monitoring
Social benefits
Water quality
Urban
In progress
Enfield Town Park WetlandsEnvironmental flows and water resources
Flood risk management
Social benefits
Urban
Complete
Glenbrook WetlandsFlood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Monitoring
Social benefits
Water quality
Urban
In progress
Grovelands Park WetlandsEnvironmental flows and water resources
Flood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Hydromorphology
Monitoring
Social benefits
Water quality
Urban
Complete
Houndsden Road Rain GardensFlood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Social benefits
Water quality
Urban
In progress
Laymer Road Silt Trap and Recreational GroundFlood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Social benefits
Planned
Rewilding Enfield's Urban RiversFlood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Hydromorphology
Monitoring
Social benefits
Water quality
Urban
In progress
Salmons Brook Flood Alleviation Scheme, Montagu Recreation Ground siteFlood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Social benefits
In progress
Salmons Brook River Restoration at Laymer RoadFisheries
Flood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Social benefits
Planned
Salmons Brook at Grange ParkHabitat and biodiversityPlanned