Environment Agency trials Thames basin natural flood management scheme

A trial of Thames region’s first natural flood management scheme has started but demonstrating benefits and allocating liability is proving difficult

The river Evenlode joining the Thames. Photograph: Andrew Bowden/FlickrThe Environment Agency (EA) is trialling the Thames basin’s first natural flood management scheme, in conjunction with the Evenlode Catchment Partnership.

The five-year demonstration project was designed in 2016 and a report on the chosen measures was published in May.

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