Understanding and improving all aspects of water within the Adur and Ouse catchment
Our catchment area is a beautiful part of south east England, showcasing rolling chalk downland, white cliff faces and the rivers Adur and Ouse, which flow from forest streams in the High Weald to their highly urbanised estuaries on the Sussex coast at Shoreham and Newhaven.
This website is home to Adur & Ouse Partnership and Catchment Management Plan. Our aim is to work together with others, to protect and improve the rivers Adur and Ouse, their coastline and underlying groundwater, for people and for wildlife.
We invite any group or organisation with similar aspirations to join us on our journey to deliver truly integrated and comprehensive catchment management.
24/08/16 Alternative slug control methods
Southern Water and South East Water have formed a partnership with Catchment Sensitive Farming to work with farmers across the SE of England. As part of a range of incentives to protect water quality in our local rivers, the water companies are offering ferric phosphate substitution agreements at £1 per Kg incentive. Read more...
16/06/16 Managing your Septic Tank
The Adur & Ouse Catchment Partnership have published new guidance on septic tanks for households. If you have a septic tank find out more here...
16/06/16 Phosphate - a dirty secret
The Adur & Ouse Catchment Partnership have launched a new leaflet to raise awareness of the problems phosphates can cause to our rivers and waterbodies. Read the leaflet here...
To view the Brighton Chalk Block, River Adur, River Ouse, Sussex Coast catchments, roll over the map below