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Yorkshire Waters plans to improve water quality and reduce flooding

Monday, March 25, 2013

Meg Munn MP recently met Louise Green, Stakeholder Engagement Advisor at Yorkshire Water to learn more about their plans to improve water quality throughout the region, as part of the Don Network.  They discussed plans to deliver improvements to the River Don and its main tributaries, lakes, reservoirs, canals and groundwater to help address the issues. 

Our Plan for the River Don’ is the first ever joint plan for the care and improvement of the River Don catchment area.  Around 1.3 million people live inside the area covered by the project.  The river’s waters today are cleaner than they have been in living memory, however Yorkshire Water recognise there is still much more work to do.  Many local organisations, charities, local authorities and environmental agencies are involved in the project.

Meg said:

“It’s important that agencies take a co-ordinated approach to improving our waterways, for people and wildlife.  I was interested to learn more about the plans for the River Don and its catchment area as they should improve water quality in the Sheffield Heeley constituency.  I am pleased that Yorkshire Water will work with many of the organisations operating in Sheffield to not only improve our waterways but also encourage fish and wildlife back to them.”

The River Don catchment project covers the land which drains to the River Don, its main tributaries, and the lakes, reservoirs, canals and groundwater.  For more information visit:



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Meg with Louise Green

Meg with Louise Green

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