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RBMP consultations - have your say on protecting and improving Scotland’s water environment

The first river basin plans were published in 2009 and are nearing the end of the first planning cycle (2009 – 2015). SEPA have produced two important consultations for the next two cycles, up to 2027. Responses to the consultations will inform the second river basin management plans, due to be published in December 2015.  Scottish Land & Estates will be responding to these consultations, but individual responses are also welcome. 

 

 

 

 

Consultation on Scotland’s Water Scarcity Plan

This is Scotland’s first national water scarcity plan, setting out how water resources will be managed prior to and during periods of prolonged dry weather. This is to ensure the correct balance is struck between protecting the environment and providing resource for human and economic activity. Scottish Land & Estates will be responding to these consultations, but individual responses are also welcome. 

This consultation will close 26 February 2015 and it is available in print and online: https://consultation.sepa.org.uk/water-unit/water-scarcity-plan.

 

Flood risk management consultation

A consultation on flood risk management planning opened on 22 December.  More details can be found on the Flood Risk Management consultation hub at: https://frm-scotland.org.uk/

Scottish Land & Estates will be responding to these consultations, but individual responses are also welcome. 

 

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