The next meeting will take place on
25 March or 1 April by Zoom.
Members of the public are welcome to attend.
Anyone wishing to do so, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
so that you can be sent the joining instructions.
The new Alde and Ore Community Partnership has been formed to help deliver the Estuary Plan for the Alde and Ore area.
It now involves the whole community, with every parish bordering the rivers having a seat on the Partnership, together with a County Councillor, two District Councillors, as well as business, local Internal Drainage Board and amenity organisation (Alde and Ore Association) representation.
The Partnership will be working closely with the East Suffolk Internal Drainage Board (ESIDB), which has assumed legal and practical responsibility for the practical delivery of the works. The Partnership will also continue to receive help and support from the national agencies Natural England and the Environment Agency, and locally from Coastal Partnership East.
Background papers( 1-6) to the AOCP, its origins and future tasks, including papers circulated to all Parish Councils, East Coast Council and Suffolk Country Council and noted that The Estuary Plan – the Alde and Ore Estuary Plan can be seen on the web site