Roding, Beam and Ingrebourne Catchment Partnership

Roding, Beam and Ingrebourne Catchment Partnership

Overview of the catchment

The Roding, Beam and Ingrebourne (RBI) catchment focuses on three separate river systems; the Roding, the Beam (known as the Rom before Ravensbourne) and the Ingrebourne. It stretches from near Stansted down south to Rainham and as west as Wanstead.

Below you can see a map of the Thames Chase Community Forest, overlaid with a map of the RBI Catchment area.

The RBI Catchment Partnership provides a platform for co-operative working between local organisations, government bodies and community groups in order to achieve river improvements which benefit people and wildlife across the three river catchments it spans.

Our vision: to enhance, conserve and improve the health of the water environment in the Roding, Beam and Ingrebourne catchment, for the benefit of people and wildlife now and for future
generations.

For more information and to find out what projects are currently taking in the catchment, click the link below to be taken to our Catchment Plan:

Click here to see the Roding, Beam and Ingrebourne catchment plan

Catchment Partners:

  • City of London (Epping Forest)
  • Environment Agency
  • Epping Forest District Council
  • Essex County Council
  • Essex and Suffolk Water
  • Essex Wildlife Trust
  • Forestry England
  • Friends of Ingrebourne Valley and Hornchurch Country Park
  • The Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group (FWAG) East
  • Groundwork
  • Havering Wildlife Project
  • Land of the Fanns NLHF Project
  • London Borough of Barking & Dagenham
  • London Borough of Havering
  • London Borough of Redbridge
  • London Wildlife Trust
  • Natural England
  • River Roding Trust
  • Thames Chase Trust
  • Thames21
  • Thames Water
  • Vision Redbridge Culture and Leisure

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