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LIFE Saramugo25 October 2019 10:19:05Portugal
Environmental Restoration of Olivar-El Zaudin Metropolitan Park in Tomares.23 October 2019 13:42:57Spain
Environmental Restoration of the Riopudio Stream in Sevilla23 October 2019 13:30:25Spain
Updated project for the “Environmental Restoration and Urban and Landscape Planning of Cabra River’s High Section (Cordoba)23 October 2019 13:14:14Spain
Environmental Restoration of the Lower Section of the Bembézar River and its River Environment (Phase 1).23 October 2019 13:06:01Spain
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 LocationCountryApproval statusRiver nameRiver basinRiver basin districtContact organisationProject startedProject completedProject statusReach length directly affectedTotal costTotal cost categoryFunding sourceRiver corridor land useBank and bed modifications measureRiver corridor measureChannel pattern measureOther technical measureManagement interventionsThemeBiological quality element monitoredHydromorphological quality element monitoredPhysico-chemical quality element monitoredOther response monitored
2e Lower Woodsford River and Floodplain Enhancement50° 43' 12", -2° 18' 51"EnglandApprovedFrome Dorset (Lower) & Furzebrook StreamDorsetSouth WestEnvironment Agency
Forestry Commission
Woodland Trust
Dorset Wildlife Trust
1 January 20121 January 2014CompleteRemoval of revetmentsTree planting
Lowering of embankments
Re-profiled ditchFisheries
Flood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Hydromorphology
Land use management - agriculture
Land use management - forestry
Monitoring
3Rivers - Lumburn:Walkham:Tavy50° 31' 46", -4° 9' 39"EnglandApprovedLower River TavyTamarSouth WestDevon Wildlife Trust
South West Water
Tamar Valley AONB
Tavy Walkham and Plym Fishing Club
Westcountry Rivers Trust
In progressfloodplain woodland plantingLand managementWater quality
Aaijen- Removal of bank fixation51° 34' 52", 6° 2' 26"NetherlandsApprovedMeuseMeuseMeuseRijkswaterstaat Waterdienst1 January 2005Complete74 k€
74,000 €
50 - 100 k€Urban
Intensive agriculture (arable)
Removal of bank reinforcementsFlood risk management
Monitoring
Water quality
Macrophytes
Invertebrates: Taxonomic composition
Invertebrates: Abundance
Continuity for organisms
Abaissement et démantèlement de trois clapets sur l’Orge aval48° 37' 58", 2° 18' 46"FranceApprovedSyndicat de l’Orge
Direction régionale et interdépartementale de l’environnement et de l’energie (DRIEE)
Office national de l’eau et des milieux aquatiques (Onema).
1 March 201030 September 2012Complete360 k€
360,000 €
100 - 500 k€Conseil régional Île-de-France (40 %)
Agence de l’eau Seine-Normandie (20 %)
Conseil général de l’Essonne (20 %).
Lowering of checking valves
Removal of checking valves
Water supply channel lowering
Environmental flows and water resources
Habitat and biodiversity
Hydromorphology
Water quality
Urban
Abbey Brook Weir52° 59' 14", -3° 11' 12"WalesApprovedEglwysegUpper DeeDeeWelsh Dee Trust1 August 20111 November 2011CompleteIntensive agriculture (arable)
Improved/semi-improved grassland/pasture
Woodland
Rock ramp construction
Creation of fish passes
Fisheries
Habitat and biodiversity
Hydropower
Abbots Worthy Restoration Project51° 5' 17", -1° 17' 6"EnglandDraftEnvironment Agency
Natural England
1 April 2018Complete98,000 k€
98,000,000 €
Flood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Abbotts Hall Managed Realignment Scheme51° 47' 5", 0° 50' 52"EnglandApprovedCombined EssexAnglianEssex Wildlife Trust
English Nature
Environment Agency
CompleteWWF and the Heritage Lottery FundArableFlood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Invertebrates
Macrophytes
Fish
Flow velocitiesSalinity
Adams Mill enhancements52° 5' 52", -0° 45' 15"EnglandApprovedOuse (Cosgrove to Newport Pagnell)Upper and Bedford OuseAnglianEnvironment Agency
Milton Keynes Angling Association
Woodland Trust
1 September 2014In progressLess than 1 k€Environment Agency Grant in AidImproved/semi-improved grassland/pastureBank stabilisationIncrease in-channel hydromorphological diversityFisheries
Hydromorphology
FishSubstrate conditions
Quantity & dynamics of flow
Habitat mapping
Adaptive management of hydraulic structures in the Sèvre nantaise and Thouet basins47° 35' 17", -2° 39' 47"FranceApprovedInstitution Interdepartmentale du bassin de la Sèvre Nantaise1 January 2004In progressWater Agency
Regional Council of the Pays de la Loire
Départment-level Councils of the Vendée
Loire Atlantique
Deux-Sèvres and Maine-et-Loire
Leader+ European Structural Fund
Weir partial removal or permanent opening of gates allowing self restoration of previously impunded stretchesMore natural reservoir releasesSocial representation of the river
Adare Fish Counter52° 39' 42", -8° 48' 21"IrelandApprovedIFICompleteCreation of fish passesFisheries
Social benefits
Afon Clywdd53° 10' 58", -3° 22' 8"WalesDraftNatural Resources Wales
AECOM
PlannedRunoff pathway managementFlood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Land use management - agriculture
Land use management - forestry
Water quality
Agreed definition of mobility area for the Adour43° 39' 9", -0° 0' 51"FranceApprovedL'AdourAdour - GaronneHautes-Pyrénées et GerInstitution Adour1 January 2005In progress3,733 k€
3,733,000 €
1000 - 5000 k€Water Agency
Institution Adour
Regional Council
French State
Intensive agriculture (arable)
Urban
Removal of bank reinforcementsDevelop riparian forestDefinition of erodble corridorChannel pattern/planform
Albany Park51° 40' 5", -0° 1' 46"EnglandDraftCuffley Brook and Turkey BrookLondonThamesEnvironment AgencyPlanned106 agreements
access to nature
Community Infrastructure Levy
Environment Agency
Creation of berms
Creation of backwaters
River naturalisation
Reedbed creation
Scrapes
Fish habitat restoration
Fisheries
Flood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Social benefits
Urban
Alkborough tidal defence scheme53° 42' 3", -0° 41' 32"EnglandApprovedEnvironment Agency
Natural England
Associated British Ports
North Lincolnshire Council
Yorkshire Forward
Heritage Lottery Fund
European Union (EU)
Defra
2005CompleteFlood Defence Grant-in-Aid
EU Interreg
Regional Development Agency
Salt marsh and mudflat restorationFlood risk management
Social benefits
Invertebrates
Allt Lorgy River Restoration57° 16' 18", -3° 50' 33"ScotlandApprovedRiver SpeyScotland RBDSpey Catchment Initiative
Spey Fishery Board
Scottish Natural Heritage
SEPA
Cairngorms National Park Authority
1 March 2012In progress10 - 50 k€CNPA
Scottish Environment Protection Agency
Removal of in stream boulders and replacement with wood structures
Additional strategic wood structures introduced
Graded extracted gravel to be used for sediment reintroduction
Embankment lowering
Removal of 3 culvert pipes. Infilling of a large drainage ditch.Site fenced to enable natural regeneration to take place. Supplementary planting planned for Spring 2013. Long term site monitoring programmed planned.Flood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Hydromorphology
Monitoring
Alma Road Rain Gardens51° 38' 48", -0° 2' 4"EnglandApprovedSalmons BrookLondonThamesLondon Borough of Enfield
Thames 21
Greater London Authority
1 April 201531 March 2016In progressGreater London AuthorityUrbanSustainable urban drainage ponds (SUDs)Rain gardensEnvironmental flows and water resources
Flood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Social benefits
Water quality
Urban
Amerongse Bovenpolder51° 59' 27", 5° 27' 47"NetherlandsApprovedRhineRhineRhineDienst Landelijk Gebied
Rijkswaterstaat
Utrechts Landschap
Staatsbosbeheer
1 January 200131 December 2015In progressRijkswaterstaat
Dienst Landelijk Gebied
Intensive agriculture (arable)Habitat and biodiversity
Social benefits
Amwell Loop51° 47' 50", -0° 0' 2"EnglandDraftLee Navigation (Hertford and Ware)Upper LeeThamesEnvironment Agency
British Waterways
Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust
Planned10 - 50 k€Capital works schemehabitat improvements
Deflectors
Tree plantingEnvironmental flows and water resources
Flood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Hydromorphology
Aménagement du plan d’eau de la Sangsue et création d’un bras de contournement du Woigot49° 14' 54", 5° 56' 12"FranceApprovedSyndicat CRW Commune de Briey
Onema
AERM
communauté de communes du pays de Briey
commune de Briey
Fédération de pêche 54
1 June 201230 June 2014Complete5,372 k€
5,372,000 €
5000 - 10000 k€Agence de l’eau Rhin-Meuse (AERM) : 60 %
Conseil régional de Lorraine : 30 %
Fonds FEDER : compensation pour les fonds non subventionnés (1 693 000  HT)
Construction of a bypass channel
Dam removal
Creation of fish passes
Creation of lateral dike to regulate flows
Application of plant-engineering
Riparian planting
Remeandering
Creation of wetland
The banks are maintained if necessary by vegetal engineeringFlood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Hydromorphology
Social benefits
Ancholme and Coast habitat project53° 37' 35", -0° 32' 23"EnglandDraftEnvironment Agency
Rivers Trusts
Wildlife Trusts
4 January 2018Complete210,400 k€
210,400,000 €
Fisheries
Flood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Anton Crescent Wetlands Regeneration51° 22' 23", -0° 12' 9"EnglandApprovedBeverley Brook (Motspur Park to Thames) and Pyl Brook at West BarnesLondonThamesEnvironment Agency
Sutton Ecology Centre
London Borough of Sutton
Natural England
Complete12 k€
12,000 €
10 - 50 k€UrbanHabitat and biodiversity
Social benefits
Urban
Arasement du seuil des Treize Saules sur la Quilienne50° 9' 15", 2° 29' 25"FranceApprovede Fédération départementale du Pas-de-Calais pour la pêche et la protection du milieu aquatique
Office national de l’eau et des Milieux Aquatiques – service départemental du Pas-de-Calais (SD 62)
association agréée pour la pêche et la protection du milieu aquatique (AAPPMA) de Pas-en-Artois
1 October 200931 October 2009Complete17 k€
17,000 €
10 - 50 k€Agence de l’eau Artois-Picardie (50 %)
conseil régional du Nord – Pas-de-Calais (30 %)
fédération départementale du Pas-de-Calais pour la pêche et la protection du milieu aquatique (20 %)
Barrier removal
Planting of hydrophytes
Bank reprofiling
Filter masses were laid downstream of the dam to limit the impact of the work on the environmentFlood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Hydromorphology
Land use management - agriculture
Arasement du vannage du moulin de Réveillon et réaménagement du lit mineur de la Blaise48° 44' 10", 1° 22' 15"FranceApprovedSyndicat intercommunal de la vallée de la Blaise (SIVB)
Office national de l’eau et des milieux aquatiques (Onema) - Service départemental
Fédération départementale de la pêche
Cellule d’animation technique pour l’eau et les rivières (CATER)
Direction départementale de l’agriculture et de la forêt.
1 January 200831 December 2008Complete142 k€
142,000 €
100 - 500 k€Conseil général (30 %)
Agence de l’eau Seine-Normandie (50 %)
Dismantling of the mill
Leveling threshold with the water level
Bank stabilisation
Helophytes planted
Installation of geotextile
Creation of a sinuous channelHabitat and biodiversity
Spatial planning
Water quality
Arborfield nature like bypass and weirs project51° 24' 29", -0° 55' 27"EnglandApprovedLoddon (Swallowfield to River Thames confluence)LoddonThamesEnvironment Agency30 June 2010Complete596 k€
596,000 €
more than 10000 k€Thames Water
Barbel Society
Defra
Environment Agency Flood and Coastal Risk Management
Introduction of spawning gravels
Riffle creation
Weir lowering
Improving fish migration
Creation of backwater
Bypass channel
Fisheries
Flood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Fish
Invertebrates
Macrophytes
Channel pattern/planform
Quantity & dynamics of flow
Habitat mapping
Arnos Park - Pymmes Brook51° 37' 16", -0° 8' 9"EnglandDraftPymmes Brook (upper channel with Muswell St & Bounds Grn Brk)LondonThamesEnvironment Agency
River Restoration Centre
London Borough of Enfield
London Wildlife Trust
Greater London Authority
1 January 2008PlannedEnvironment Agency Grant in Aid
Greater London Authority
Local Authorities
Creation of berms
Barrier removal
Embankment renaturalization
Creation of low flow channel
Creation of backwaters
River naturalisation
Scrapes
Floodplain reconnection
Remeandering
Fisheries
Flood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Hydromorphology
Social benefits
Urban
Ashlone Wharf FCRM scheme51° 28' 18", -0° 13' 22"EnglandDraftBeverley Brook (Motspur Park to Thames) and Pyl Brook at West BarnesLondonThamesEnvironment Agency
London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham
1 May 2011In progressEnvironment Agency Flood and Coastal Risk ManagementCreation of fish passesFisheries
Flood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Assessing the habitats outcomes of Floodplain Forest restoration: the case study of the floodplain forest at the Ouse Valley Park52° 4' 17", -0° 49' 53"EnglandApprovedGreat Ouse (Upper)Cam and Ely Ouse (including South Level)AnglianCranfield University
The Parks Trust
Environment Agency
EPSRC (Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council)
Hanson Cement
1 January 20071 January 2014CompleteRemoval of sand from beneath agricultural fields and restoring marsh lands has increased floodplain capacity and improved floodwater managementEnvironmental flows and water resources
Habitat and biodiversity
Hydromorphology
Monitoring
Water quality
Aston Clinton River Restoration51° 47' 46", -0° 43' 30"EnglandApprovedBuckinghamshire County Council
Environment Agency
Aylesbury Vale District Council
Aston Clinton Parish Council
Green Park
1 August 2015CompleteDeculvertingBypass channel
Creation of new channel
Flood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Social benefits
Austria River Mur - Strategic river management for considerations in the power and water management sector in Styria/Austria47° 23' 45", 15° 16' 11"AustriaApprovedfreiland Environmental Consulting Civil Engineers Ltd.
Office of the Styrian Government - Department 14 Watermanagement
resources and sustainability
1 January 19951 January 2015CompleteProviding of continuityProtection of alluvial forests by connecting existing stocks to the fluvial dynamicsReconnection of cutoff meanderEconomic aspects
Environmental flows and water resources
Flood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Hydropower
Hydromorphology
Land use management - agriculture
Land use management - forestry
Monitoring
Social benefits
Spatial planning
Water quality
Austria Upper Mur - LIFE III (LIFE03 NAT/A/000011) „Inner-Alpine river basin management – Upper River Mur - murerleben I" 2003-200747° 11' 26", 14° 46' 38"AustriaApprovedfreiland Environmental Consulting Civil Engineers Ltd.
Office of the Styrian Government - Department 14 Watermanagement
resources and sustainability
1 August 200331 July 2007Complete2,125 k€
2,125,000 €
1000 - 5000 k€EU Life Programme (50%)Creation of bars
Creation of Slips
Creation of undercut banks and islets
Creation of fish passes
Regeneration of alluvial forests
Creation of pond
Reconnection of water bodies to the riverEnvironmental flows and water resources
Flood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Austria Upper Mur - LIFE+ (LIFE+ 08 NAT A 614) „Inner-Alpine river basin management – Upper River Mur - murerleben II" 2010-201547° 6' 19", 14° 12' 3"AustriaApprovedfreiland Environmental Consulting Civil Engineers Ltd.
Office of the Styrian Government - Department 14 Watermanagement
resources and sustainability
1 February 20101 February 2017In progress2,784 k€
2,784,000 €
1000 - 5000 k€implementation of Pool/riffle sequesnces
Creation of Slips
Creation of undercut banks
Creation of islands
Creation of bars
Improve longitudinal connectivity
Regeneration of alluvial forests
Floodplain reconnection
Environmental flows and water resources
Flood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Hydromorphology
Monitoring
Austria Upper Mur - Public relations in murerleben I + II LIFE III (LIFE03 NAT/A/000011) and LIFE+ (LIFE+ 08 NAT A 614) „Inner-Alpine river basin management – Upper River Mur - murerleben I+II" 2003-201547° 10' 6", 14° 39' 29"AustriaDraftfreiland Environmental Consulting Civil Engineers Ltd.
Office of the Styrian Government - Department 14 Watermanagement
resources and sustainability
In progressHabitat and biodiversity
Monitoring
Social benefits
Austria Upper Mur - River Widening Weyern (LIFE III (LIFE03 NAT/A/000011) Inner-Alpine river basin management – Upper River Mur - murerleben I 2003-2007)47° 11' 36", 14° 48' 42"AustriaApprovedfreiland Environmental Consulting Civil Engineers Ltd.
Office of the Styrian Government - Department 14 Watermanagement
resources and sustainability
17 September 2010CompleteRestoration of the connection of side armsEnvironmental flows and water resources
Habitat and biodiversity
Hydromorphology
Monitoring
Austria Upper Mur - River widening Lässer Au (LIFE+ (LIFE+ 08 NAT A 614) Inner-Alpine river basin management – Upper River Mur - murerleben II 2010-2015)47° 12' 9", 14° 50' 43"AustriaDraftfreiland Environmental Consulting Civil Engineers Ltd.
Office of the Styrian Government - Department 14 Watermanagement
resources and sustainability
CompleteRemoval of bank reinforcements
Restoration of the connection of side arms
Environmental flows and water resources
Habitat and biodiversity
Hydromorphology
Austria Upper Mur - River widening St. Peter Au (LIFE+ (LIFE+ 08 NAT A 614) Inner-Alpine river basin management – Upper River Mur - murerleben II 2010-2015)47° 12' 10", 14° 34' 47"AustriaApprovedfreiland Environmental Consulting Civil Engineers Ltd.
Office of the Styrian Government - Department 14 Watermanagement
resources and sustainability
1 September 2015CompleteEmbankment renaturalization
Restoration of the connection of side arms
Environmental flows and water resources
Habitat and biodiversity
Hydromorphology
Austria Urban River Landscape - Urban River Landscape Graz47° 4' 15", 15° 26' 22"AustriaApprovedfreiland Environmental Consulting Civil Engineers Ltd.1 January 2004In progressStructuring of shoreline
Construction gravel bays
Environmental flows and water resources
Habitat and biodiversity
Monitoring
Social benefits
Spatial planning
Water quality
Urban
Austria Urban River Landscape - Urban River Landscape Master Plan Leoben47° 22' 35", 15° 5' 28"AustriaDraftfreiland Environmental Consulting Civil Engineers Ltd.1 January 201431 December 2014In progressSocial benefits
Spatial planning
Urban
Austria cross-border section - Monitoring sediment transport and Habitat modelling (ETZ-Project “DraMurCi” 2009-2013)46° 43' 17", 15° 49' 33"Austria
Slovenia
Draftfreiland Environmental Consulting Civil Engineers Ltd.
Office of the Styrian Government - Department 14 Watermanagement
resources and sustainability
1 January 20091 January 2013CompleteSelf-initiated bank erosion by sediment inputEnvironmental flows and water resources
Habitat and biodiversity
Hydromorphology
Austria cross-border section - River widening Sicheldorf (ETZ-Project “DraMurCi” 2009-2013)46° 41' 22", 15° 56' 59"Austria
Slovenia
Approvedfreiland Environmental Consulting Civil Engineers Ltd.
Office of the Styrian Government - Department 14 Watermanagement
resources and sustainability
1 January 200931 December 2013CompleteConstruction gravel bays
Creation of islands
Removal of bank reinforcements
Environmental flows and water resources
Habitat and biodiversity
Hydromorphology
Austria cross-border section - River widening measure Gosdorf I (Interreg IIIa Project "Maßnahmen Unteres Murtal" 2002-2007)46° 43' 7", 15° 48' 47"Austria
Slovenia
Approvedfreiland Environmental Consulting Civil Engineers Ltd.
Office of the Styrian Government - Department 14 Watermanagement
resources and sustainability
1 January 200231 December 2007CompleteCreation of undercut banks
Restoration of the connection of side arms
Creation of Slips
Creation of fords
Creation of potholes
Creation of gravel banks
Environmental flows and water resources
Habitat and biodiversity
Hydromorphology
Austria cross-border section - River widening measure Gosdorf II (ETZ-Project “DraMurCi” 2009-2013)46° 43' 21", 15° 50' 1"Austria
Slovenia
Approvedfreiland Environmental Consulting Civil Engineers Ltd.
Office of the Styrian Government - Department 14 Watermanagement
resources and sustainability
1 January 200931 December 2013Completehabitat improvementsChannel widening
Habitat creation
Environmental flows and water resources
Habitat and biodiversity
Hydromorphology
Austria/Slovenia Urban River Landscape - ETZ-“Skupaj“ - Joint urban and natural development at the Mur banks in Gornja Radgona and Bad Radkersburg46° 41' 2", 15° 59' 14"Austria
Slovenia
Draftfreiland Environmental Consulting Civil Engineers Ltd.
Stadtgemeinde Bad Radkersburg
2008CompleteEconomic aspects
Environmental flows and water resources
Habitat and biodiversity
Social benefits
Spatial planning
Urban
Austria/Slovenia cross-border cooperation - “Die Murkommission” – Bilateral River Commission46° 41' 11", 15° 59' 15"Austria
Slovenia
Draftfreiland Environmental Consulting Civil Engineers Ltd.In progressEconomic aspects
Environmental flows and water resources
Fisheries
Flood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Hydropower
Hydromorphology
Land use management - agriculture
Land use management - forestry
Monitoring
Social benefits
Spatial planning
Water quality
Urban
Austria/Slovenia cross-border section - ETZ-Project “DraMurCi” 2009-201346° 43' 15", 15° 49' 3"Austria
Slovenia
Draftfreiland Environmental Consulting Civil Engineers Ltd.
Office of the Styrian Government - Department 14 Watermanagement
resources and sustainability
1 January 200931 December 2013Complete3,500 k€
3,500,000 €
1000 - 5000 k€European Regional Development FundEnvironmental flows and water resources
Flood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Hydromorphology
Austria/Slovenia cross-border section - Interreg IIIa Project "Maßnahmen Unteres Murtal" 2003-200846° 43' 15", 15° 49' 3"Austria
Slovenia
Draftfreiland Environmental Consulting Civil Engineers Ltd.
Office of the Styrian Government - Department 14 Watermanagement
resources and sustainability
1 January 200331 December 2008Complete3,800 k€
3,800,000 €
1000 - 5000 k€EU Interreg IIIA (50 %)reactivation and extending of tributary streams
Bed load addition
Regeneration of alluvial forestsEnvironmental flows and water resources
Habitat and biodiversity
Hydromorphology
Avon Barriers Project55° 46' 3", -4° 1' 23"ScotlandApprovedAvon WaterNew ForestSouth EastSEPA1 January 2015In progressWeir modificationImproving fish migrationFisheries
Habitat and biodiversity
Avon Barriers Project: Ferengair Weir55° 46' 4", -4° 1' 23"ScotlandApprovedAvon WaterNew ForestSouth EastRivers and Fisheries Trusts of Scotland
SEPA
1 January 2015In progressWeir modificationImproving fish migrationFisheries
Habitat and biodiversity
BALLYMONEY RIVERSIDE PARK RESTORATION PROJECT55° 4' 9", -6° 30' 27"Northern IrelandApprovedRivers Agency Northern Ireland (DARDNI)
Ballymoney Borough Council; Dept Culture Arts and Leisure Inland Fisheries Group; Northern Ireland Environment Agency
7 April 2014Complete100 - 500 k€Ballymoney Council; DCAL Inland Fisheries (NASCO money); DARD RiversUrbanWeir removal
Addition of substrate and in channel features
Alteration in channel dimensions
Creation of wetland
Creation of ponds and scrapes
Diversification of in-channel features
Meandering channel
management of wetland by council (new area of work)Fisheries
Flood risk management
Habitat and biodiversity
Social benefits
Urban
FishChannel pattern/planform
Freshwater flow regime
Channel bed morphology.
Babbs Mill reed bed52° 29' 20", -1° 45' 44"EnglandApprovedR Cole from Springfield to Hatchford-Kingshurst BrookTame Anker and MeaseHumberEnvironment Agency
Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council
Friends of Kingfisher Park
CompleteChannel reprofilingReedbed creationHabitat and biodiversity
Urban
Babingley River at Hillington52° 48' 26", 0° 33' 43"EnglandApprovedBabingley RiverNorth West NorfolkAnglianEnvironment Agency20061 February 2007CompleteLess than 1 k€Total cost: €695.00. Environment Agency and Hillington Fly Fishing ClubAgriculture (arable)/WoodlandCreation of wooden deflectors
Habitat diversification
Cleaning of spawning gravels
Riparian plantingChannel narrowing
Removal of sluice gates
Adding sinuosity
Creation of fish passes
Channel naturalisation
FisheriesFish: Abundance
Invertebrates: Taxonomic composition
Macrophytes
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