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V10122012



A CIWEM & Defra Conference






The Catchment Based Approach

From Pilot

to Wider Adoption



February 14
th

SOAS, University of
London




In
March
2011 the Government and its environmental agencies
launched the Catchment Based Approach
. This is

a bold attempt to
better integrate environmental programmes across the land and water
sectors.


There i
s particular emphasis on more effective planning and
ma
nagement at a catchment scale, much fuller engagement with
stakeholders not least
on
a local scale and more emphasis on effective
delivery. This approach represents a huge opportunity to implement
lessons from a wide range of catchment management projects.


The aim of this conference

is to report progress of the Catchment Based
Approach highlighting ongoing Government support, demonstrate how
CaBA links to the other major programmes underw
ay, describe
the
emerging key lessons from the pilot programme
and o
utline

the
developing proposals for wider adoption to

English catchments in 2013.




Please circulate to colleagues who may be interested



A conference organised by CMS


Communications and Management for Sustainability in partnership with
Defra and
CIWEM




V10122012

The Catchment Based Approach: From Pilot to Wider Adoption

Feb
14
th

SOAS
, University of London


In March 2011 the Government and its environmental agencies launched the Catchment Based
Approach
. This is

a bold attempt to better integrate environmental programmes across the l
and and
water sectors.


There i
s particular emphasis on more effective planning and management at a
catchment scale, much fuller engagement with stakeholders not least

on

a local scal
e and more
emphasis on effective delivery. This approach represents a huge opportunity to implement lessons
from a wide range of catchment management projects.


Aim


The aim of this conference

is to report progress of the Catchment Based Approach
highlig
hting ongoing Gover
nment support,
demonstrate how CaBA links to the other major
programmes
that are
underway
, report on the emerging
le
ssons from the pilot programme
and
describe the developing proposals for wider adoption t
o English catchments in 2013
.


Objectives



1.

To highlight ongoing Government commitment for the CaBA approach

2.

To demonstrate how major programmes including WFD , Water Company View


PR14, and
CSF link to the Catchment Based


Approach

3.

T
o
report on the pilot programme and
h
ighlight the
emerging lessons



4.

To explore the developing proposals for the wider adoption of the Catchment Based
Approach across all
83
English Catchme
nts in 2013


P
rogramme


9.00

Registration and refreshments


9.45 Welcome

Chairman


Session 1 Defra policy and
the Major programmes


9.50
Defra

-

I
teration of

the vision, commitment and programme

moving forward










Defra

speaker to be announced




Government set out its vis
ion for CaBA in 2011; this is now
widely understood



The Pilot programme has
demonstrated what can be achieved



Collaborative working across the major water and land use programmes

is a key aim



The lessons now need to be taken forward in wider adopti
on in 2013



15

mins
presentation +

15

mins questions and answers



10.20
How will

CaBA influence the major programmes?


Format

3 x 15 minute presentations
and
a
35 minutes
panel
discussion


10.20


10.35

WFD


The CaBA


RBDP process






Damian Crilly

Environment Agency



With particular emphasis on how EA
see the situation moving

forward




Stakeholder engagement following on from the
Working Together

consultation




T
he Significant Water Management Issues
consultation


Catchment narratives / summaries
by June 2013



How catchment plans fit with River Basin Plan
ning


10.35


10.50


Catchment Sensitive Farming





Bob Middleton

Natural England



CSF already has

many of the features embodied
in CaBA thinking



How can CSF integrate better via the CaBA proposals



What needs to be done next?


10.50


11.05

Water
Company engagement and PR14




Miles Foulger

Yorkshire Water




The current catchment projects


120+
-

post PR09



Ambition re catchment projects PR14

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How does this investment work fit with CaBA



What roles can the water companies play?


11.05
-
11.40

Panel Discussion


11.40
-
12.2
0 Break 1 Refreshment and sandwiches


Session 2 The Pilot Programme and emerging lessons


12.2
0



12.4
0

The Pilot Programme
: What has been accomplished
David Corbelli

Cascade



What the pilot
programme is and

has achieved


an overview



Outline of main outcomes


Handbook
, Information hub



Introduction to the Pilot case studies



12.40


13.40
Lessons from the Pilot catchments


Four case studies from pilot catchments:
speakers
to be decided by the Cascade Pilot

team; these
will:



Cover
different situations

and governance

including urban, rural, EA and non EA lead pilots



Explore the different approaches that have been taken to bring together coherent
catchment groups and plans



Cover the range of topics including s
takeholder engagement, visioning, identifying key issues


13.40



14.10

Panel
Discussion Lessons

fr
om the Pilot Programme


14.10


14.40 Break 2 Refreshments and cakes


14.40


16.0
0

Session 3 Wider Adoption
-

Proposals for 2013


This session will be

a mixture of presentations and discussion (50
-
50); the time allocations will be
published in the New Year.


Work is currently underway in developing these proposals.



Presenters:



Nick Hopwood

Defra /
Environment Agency



Richard Cole




Defra



David Corbelli

Cascade Consulting


This session will cover



Key p
rinciples



What is the road map from here?



How will
stakeholders

be enabled

-

framework arrangements/Governance
?



The tasks to be done and how can these best be performed


16.00

End &

Ref
reshments



Booking form


See below


p4


V10122012

The Catchment Based Approach: From Pilot to Wider Adoption

Feb 14
th

SOAS, University of London


The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management
(CIWEM) is an independent professional
body and registered charity, advancing the science and practice of water and environment management for
a clean, green and sustainable world.
www.ciwem.org
.


The Venue:
The venu
e is the School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS), Russell Square, London. This is a new, air
conditioned lecture theatre, with all the modern AV aids and professional projectionists; there will be ample
space to accommodate the anticipated delegate num
bers.

Accommodation
: There is a wide range of accommodation available in the area and delegates will receive a
hotel list when they book.

The Organisers:
The conference is being organised by B
ob Earll of Communications and
Management for
Sustainability (
CMS
), in partnership with Defra and
CIWEM.


Conference fee
:


[VAT at 20
%]




Conference fee




£35.00


+ VAT £7.00




£42.00




This conference has been sponsored with Defra funding to give the opportunity fo
r a wide range of
stakeholders to attend.
There are no restrictions on at
tendance



The fee includes food and refreshments and the conference papers



Delegates with special needs should make this clear on booking


Conditions:



Payment may be by cheque
,
BACS ,

credit card or online at
www.coastms.co.uk





Cheques (
made payable to ‘
CMS’
) should
be sent to:
CMS, Candle Cottage, Kemple
y,
Glos GL18 2BU



For BACS payments please
return the booking form first

for an invoice to be raised



Invoices will be issued as the standard response



Confirmation of registration will be acknowledged on receipt of booking form



Receipts will be issued on payment



Payment should be completed
BEFORE

the event; otherwise entry may
be refused



Payment is due for all cancellations within ten days of the meeting. Refunds (les
s £20 administration charge)
will only be issued for cancellation more than ten working days before the meeting; substitutes are permitted

Further details from Bob Earll: Phone/Fax 01531 890415 Joining details


maps, directions and hotels


programme are on the CMS website:
www.coastms.co.uk

or E
:
bob.earll@coastms.co.uk




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