Bela: Action Table
These actions have been developed around the themes of the partnership, however, it is recognised that the themes interlink and many partners, businesses and local communities can help us to deliver these objectives. Each of the actions below is of equal importance: they are not prioritised.
Our action tables are always a ‘work in progress’ which are continually expanding and changing to reflect the needs of the catchment. Please let us know if you think there are any additional actions we need to include via our contact form or discussion forum.
Further information on how we will monitor these actions can be found in our Monitoring Plan.
|Upgrading Endmoor Wastewater Treatment Works||In Progress||Bela||Water Quality||United Utilities||View|
|Widespread bio-security||In Progress||Bela, Coniston and Crake, Duddon, Kent and Windermere and Leven||Invasive Species||South Cumbria Rivers Trust, Environment Agency, Lake District National Park Authority, National Trust and Natural England||View|
|Rural NFM Officer||Proposed||Bela, Coniston and Crake, Duddon, Kent and Windermere and Leven||Evidence Innovation & Monitoring, Flood & Drought Resilience and Widespread Engagement||South Cumbria Rivers Trust, Cumbria Wildlife Trust, Environment Agency, Natural England and United Utilities||View|
|Investigate project options and issues via walkover surveys||Array||Bela||Evidence Innovation & Monitoring||South Cumbria Rivers Trust, Milnthorpe Angling Association||View|
|Control Invasive Non-Native Species||In Progress||Bela, Coniston and Crake, Kent and Windermere and Leven||Invasive Species and Widespread Engagement||South Cumbria Rivers Trust, Environment Agency, Kent Invasives Group, National Trust and Natural England||View|
|Morecambe Bay Extinct Species Restoration Project||In Progress||Bela, Coniston and Crake, Duddon, Kent and Windermere and Leven||Evidence Innovation & Monitoring, Habitat & Wildlife and Widespread Engagement||University of Cumbria, Artgene, Butterfly Conservation, Cumbria Wildlife Trust, Environment Agency, Freshwater Biological Association, Kendal College, Kendal Museum, Kew Gardens, Lune Rivers Trust, Morecambe Bay Partnership, National Trust, Natural England, RSPB and South Cumbria Rivers Trust||View|