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SEPA Seeking Views on the Next River Basin Management Plan

SEPA has launched a consultation on how the second cycle river basin plan should be developed.  This consultation is the first step in the process of writing the second plan and it is an opportunity for organisations like Scottish Land & Estates to shape the plan itself and the way that river basin planning is delivered.  The consultation is open until February 2013 and can be viewed on the SEPA website.

 

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