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 Smestow Brook River Restoration

rock armour and enkamatRock armour and Geo-Textile
greenhart piles, coir palletsGreenhart piles and coir pallets

Environment Agency
Check to see if the river is classified as main river or ordinary river by the Environment Agency

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Environment Agency guidance for riverside property owners

If you own land or property alongside a river or other watercourse, this guide is for you. It explains your rights and responsibilities as a riverside property owner.

The guide explains:

  • your rights and responsibilities as an owner;
  • our role and that of other organisations who you may need to work with;
  • who is responsible for flood defences and what that means in practice;
  • how we can work together to protect and enhance the natural environment of our rivers and streams

 

Willowbank is a member of the Institute of Fisheries Management

River and Sea Levels (Environment Agency page)

Riverbank Protection Using Willows
A Scoping Study by the Universities of Nottingham, Middlesex & Bristol
Environment Agency
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Guidance Notes For Riparian Landowners
Environment Agency
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Natural England 
Advice on water voles

Revetment Techniques Used on the River Skerne Restoration Project (RD W83)
River Restoration Centre
Water Research Centre

 The New Rivers & Wildlife Handbook

The Westcountry Rivers Trust is an environmental charity (Charity no. 1135007, Company no. 06545646) established in 1995 to secure the preservation, protection, development and improvement of the rivers, streams, watercourses and water impoundments in the Westcountry and to advance the education of the public in the management of water.

The Wild Trout Trust acts as a catalyst in stimulating hands-on, in-the-water, habitat-improvement projects at a grass-roots level, effectively helping others to help themselves in the most cost-effective and efficient way.

 The Institute of Fisheries Management (IFM) is an international organisation of people sharing a common interest in the modern management of recreational and commercial fisheries.

UK Crayfish UK Crayfish provides information on crayfish in the UK. Here you can find everything you need to know about our only native species, the White-clawed crayfish, its ecology, reasons for its decline and the latest scientific research on it's biology.

Buglife Buglife is the only organisation in Europe devoted to the conservation of all invertebrates, and we are passionately committed to saving Britain's rarest little animals, everything from bees to beetles, and spiders to snails.

Managing bank instability and erosion Environment Agency Information