Three Rivers is developing a 5-year Nature Recovery Strategy and Action Plan, covering themes ranging from Rivers & Wetlands to Trees & Woodlands. You can read more information here (PDF download) and give them your comments and ideas in the...
Three Rivers District Council are undertaking a public consultation on the Rickmansworth Aquadrome Management Plan 2022-27 and are asking for feedback to inform and improve the plan. The consultation is open until 4pm on 9th June 2022. Full details are on the TRDC...
Ofwat are continuing to investigate five major water companies for sewage releases into rivers – including Thames Water and the River Chess. Meanwhile Thames Water together with Affinity Water and other Partners are leading a major new study (“Smarter Water...
A local “COP” event, was hosted by Three Rivers last Monday at Watersmeet, to promote knowledge, exchange ideas, and act to mitigate adverse climate change. 150 or more wide-ranging participants saw a thought-provoking film “2040” which, despite all the grim alerts,...
We were pleased to hear recently that TRDC has approved a motion to plant one native British stock tree for every tree removed by TRDC in the District due to poor health or planning needs, great news! Meanwhile, the trees in our verges are owned by HCC. We know...
We mentioned recently that Thames Water identified significant groundwater ingress points into Chesham’s sewers. This extra water, on top of wet weather, adds to the frequency of sewage releases polluting the Chess. We’re pleased to say that Thames Water...
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