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From January to June 2012 HMS, in cooperation with Humber INCA, have consulted with organizations, business and individuals in the Humber on the benefits, risks, roles, objectives and delivery products of a Humber LNP. Organizations, business and individuals in the Humber can view the full Humber LNP application submitted and offer further conments through the Humber LNP Blog. Andrew Taylor, Chair of the Partnership said “We want to ensure that people". The magazine is being distributed to public and private sectors, to HCF members and contacts and will also be available in places of public interest within the region.

Although based on expert opinion, are produced from a small sample size and based on opinion. It will also seek to build on the established Humber Management Scheme partnership to consider. View latest news, relevant links and contact us with any enquiries. HAG holds regular meetings and if you would like to get involved. Identify and propose specific initiatives/projects, for the Humber-LNP to develop further. HMS will report on the outcome of the development project at the end of June 2012.

If you would like to receive regular copies of Ebb&Flow, please use contact us link to let us know your details and we will add you to the mailing list. Despite large numbers of birdwatchers based around or who visit the Humber every year, there are ten count sections for which we do not have a designated counter, and urgently need help to ensure coverage of critical areas. These include key sections at Pyewipe and two sections covering the north Lincolnshire coast from Grimsby to Anthony’s Bank which is a vitally important winter refuge for hundreds of Black-tailed Godwits amongst other species, and the large mudflats between Patrington and Easington.

New government funding has been secured to bring organisations and people together to plan for the long term management of the Humber Estuary. The project will produce a shared view of the future management of the estuary, and will be delivered by the Humber Management Scheme. It will also seek to build on the established Humber Management Scheme partnership to consider how to broaden the membership and agenda and see the environment embedded in local decision-making.