In November 2003 the Tweed Catchment Management Plan (TCMP) was launched having been developed in partnership with the Tweed Forum’s members and a wider stakeholder group to identify what the collective issues, priorities and potential solutions were for all aspects of water within the Tweed Catchment. The TCMP covers a broad range of issues from tourism and recreation to flood management, water resources and habitats and species.
The TCMP is a dynamic, operational document, identifying what the various issues are relating to the utilisation, conservation, and protection of the Tweed’s water resources and, more importantly, it sets out clear objectives with actions and organizations responsible for meeting those objectives.
The original TCMP was produced in 2003, however reflecting the dynamic nature of the document and the importance of measuring the delivery of the actions and objectives it sets out, it was reviewed in 2006 and 2010 and updated to reflect changes and developments. During these reviews, a summary of progress to date against the TCMP actions was collated and published, in addition to an updated TCMP document.
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