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(SAMs) have public access.

Urban areas

Urban areas themselves are key recreational spaces.

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Linear features Data / information

è Fig 24: Base flow priority areas & features

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Public Rights of Way Includes footpaths, permissive paths & Priority areas for drought alleviation è Fig 25: Water reliability (% of the time) (PROW) bridle paths.

There are a number of locations in a catchment landscape Cycle routes & long Important recreational infrastructure. where a reduced ability distance paths for an ecosystem to maintain base

flows in rivers during periods of lowImportant rainfallrecreational will exert a Minor roads, tracks and infrastructure for negative impact. paths walking, cycling etc.

Water quantity in a river has a direct bearing on the effluent volumes andPoint concentrations attractions that can be discharged from

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point sources of pollution. Sufficient flows are required to Data / information Notes ensure that effluent is diluted appropriately downstream.

Where abstraction intake licences exist for drinking water OS Open Data - Strategi supply there is a clear need for baseflows to be maintained.

 

Car parks

Important recreational infrastructure.

Accommodation

Important recreational infrastructure.

Rivers also require sufficient flow during dry periods to remain Heritage/historical interest Important recreational infrastructure. in good ecological condition. attractions

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    Drinking Water Abstractions

 

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Drinking Water Protected Areas (DrWPAs)

WFD waterbodies where drinking water for public supply occurs are designated Drinking Water Protected Areas (DrWPAs) – these can be mapped from the EA WFD Classification data.

EA dataset from Geostore www.geostore.com/environment-agency

Abstraction Locations

EA dataset from Geostore www.geostore.com/environment-agency Not currently included as not obtained yet.

Sewage effluent dilution – Sewage Treatment   Works è Fig 26: Infrastructure at risk from flooding

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ogical health

Waterbodies where flow may be driving degradation in ecological health can be identified from the EA’s Reason for Failure database

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www.services.english-heritage.org.uk/ NMRDataDownload/

Sewage Treatment Works (STWs) EA dataset from Geostore www.geostore.com/environment-agency

Abstraction locations are obtained in the EA’s NALD Abstraction Licences dataset. Permitted details for these abstractions are not included in the data, but can be obtained from the EA or water company locally.

è Fig 27: Historic flood map

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Private water supplies

STWs can have a significant impact on

Should be recorded by Local Authorities, but not included as not currently available.

water quality - STWs can be mapped using the EA Discharge Consents dataset (optionally in comparison or supplemented with water company data).

These low volume abstractions (<20m3/day), where treatment is often minimal, can be severely impacted by degraded raw water quality. Have been mapped by some Local Authorities, who took responsibility for their regulation in 2011, but this would require local investigation

         

         

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