Meetings of the Partnership

One of the key ways in which the Tyne Catchment Partnership works is through regular meetings of the whole Partnership.  These meetings are used as a way to share information and opportunities, for members to gain an understanding of the range of issues and activities across the catchment, and to facilitate the building of relationships between members.

The notes taken at each meeting are here to download, along with a brief summary.

 

 7th September 2021 Microsoft Teams

This meeting took place via Microsoft Teams and the following subjects were discussed:

  • Drainage and Waste Management Plans
  • CaBA Monitoring  Form
  • Hadrian’s Wall Recovering Nature Project
  • River Tyne Restoration facility

Meeting notes can be read here, our next meeting will be on 8th February 2022.

2nd February 2021 Microsoft Teams

This meeting again took place virtually because of the Covid-19 restrictions.

Subjects under discussion included:

  • River Basin Management Plan – Tyne Catchment Pages
  • NWG update including Environment Approach, staff changes and South Tyne project
  • Tyne Estuary project
  • Durham Wildlife Trust Healing Nature project

Notes from the meeting can be read here.

 8th September 2020 Microsoft Teams

This meeting was held virtually because of the Covid-19 restrictions.

There were dicussions about the following topics:

  • River Basin Management Plan consultation
  • Tyne Catchment Partnership’s  Activity Log
  • NWG’s Water Environment Improvement feasibility

Notes from the meeting can be viewed here.

11 February 2020 at St Andrew’s Church Hall, Lamesley

Brief updates from sub-catchment partnerships and other topics including:

  • River Basin Management Plan
  • The Environment Agency’s Medium Term Plan
  • Current Northumbrian Water campaigns

Notes from the meeting can be downloaded here.

24 September 2019 at St Andrew’s Church Hall, Lamesley 

Updates from sub-catchment partnerships and other topics were given at this meeting(list below) which was followed by a site visit to Birtley Brickworks.

  • Revitilising Redesdale
  • Northumbrian Water
  •  My Tyne – Adopt – a- Stream

Notes from the meeting are available here.

 

6 February 2019 at Trees Please, Dilston, Northumberland

This meeting focussed on protected species and the North Tyne/Rede catchment and presentations were heard on the projects listed below followed by a site visit to West Woodburn.

  • Restoring Ratty
  • EA Freshwater Pearl Mussel breeding programme
  • Revitilising Redesdale
  • Northumberland Crayfish Strategy

Notes from the meeting are available here.