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Catchment Based Approach

The catchment based approach (CaBA) is a community-led approach that engages people and groups from across society to help improve our precious water environments. It is delivered through a network of some 100 partnerships which bring together local stakeholders who agree to work together on collaborative, integrated catchment management. CaBA partnerships are in a perfect position to support priorities set out in the Government’s 25 Year Environment Plan, including:

  • 'Using and managing land sustainably’
  • ‘Recovering nature and enhancing the beauty of landscapes’
  • ‘Connecting people with the environment to improve health and wellbeing’
  • ‘Increasing resource efficiency, and reducing pollution and waste’

  For more information about CaBA, please visit the website:


Catchment Based Approach (external website)

There are three local catchment partnerships in the Waterways Partnership area and they cover the following Water Framework Directive catchments: Hull and East Riding, the Humber and the Yorkshire Derwent. The Waterways Partnership is an active member of the Hull and East Riding Catchment Partnership, providing administrative and technical support. For more information about this catchment partnership, please visit their catchment page on the CaBA website:

Hull and East Riding Catchment Partnership (external website)

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Catchment Based Approach Logo
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Map of Hull and East Riding Operational Catchments
Map of Hull and East Riding Operational Catchments
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Lowthorpe Diversion Project
Lowthorpe Diversion Project courtesy of Alan Mullinger
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River Hull Tidal Barrier
River Hull Tidal Barrier courtesy of Hull City Council