Fisheries, Biodiversity and Geomorphology Winter Newsletter

The Environment Agency’s Fisheries, Biodiversity and Geomorphology Winter Newsletter celebrates the successes of its teams in East and West Sussex, Hampshire and on the Isle of Wight. There is a particular focus on working in partnership with others.

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Shipley tilting gate is removed

Shipley tilting gate, on the Knepp Estate, has been removed to enable fish to once more swim upstream on the western arm of the Adur.

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Brighton Chalk Integrated Catchment Management Partnership (Brighton ChaMP)

Improving land management practices to protect and improve the quality of groundwater in the aquifer, to ensure it remains a sustainable water resource for public water supply.  

Sharpsbridge fish passage (MORPH)

One of the 15 priority sites for appraisal and improvement in the Middle Ouse Restoration of Physical Habitats (MORPH) project.

East Mascalls (MORPH)

One of the 15 priority sites for appraisal and improvement in the Middle Ouse Restoration of Physical Habitats (MORPH) project.

Sheffield Park (MORPH)

One of the 15 priority sites for appraisal and improvement in the Middle Ouse Restoration of Physical Habitats (MORPH) project.

Shermanbury (ARPHA)

One of the 12 priority sites for appraisal and improvement in the Adur Restoration of Physical Habitats (ARPHA) strategy. 

Buxted Park Weir (MORPH)

One of the 15 priority sites for appraisal and improvement in the Middle Ouse Restoration of Physical Habitats (MORPH) project.

Middle Ouse Restoration of Physical Habitats (MORPH)

A project to deliver a strategic action plan for the middle Ouse, to improve ecological status, wider biodiversity and natural flood risk management.  

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