The Severn Vision project is an opportunity to turn the Vision into a deliverable framework for action; one which maximises nature restoration, climate mitigation and adaptation benefits for the whole Severn Estuary and outer reaches area (Tewkesbury – Morte Point/Port Eynon). The current phase of work (22/23) is focused on the development of a delivery plan for the Bristol Channel and Severn Vision, through funding from the Defra Championing Coastal Coordination fund and Welsh Government’s Coastal Capacity Building Challenge fund.
For more information, visit the Severn Vision website.
The 2021 Severn Estuary Forum was held on the 25th, 26th, 27th May and hosted a wide range of speakers who presented on varying topics relating to the Severn Estuary. The event was split into three themes over the three days:
- Day 1 – Climate Change, Adaptation and the Community
- Day 2 – Planning, Governance and Flood Risk
- Day 3 – The Severn Estuary: A Changing Landscape
For more information about the 2021 Forum, visit the pages below where you can access the recordings of each session. If you have any further questions or queries, please get in touch with the Severn Estuary Partnership Team via email at email@example.com.