The first phase of developing The Estuary Plan was taken forward by the Alde and Ore Estuary Partnership,
May 2012 to November 2019.
The Alde and Ore Community Partnership is now taking forward the community’s role
in the implementation of the plan.
Alde and Ore Estuary Partnership
The 12 voting members and the sectors they represented in its last year were:
Sir Edward Greenwell Bt., – Chairman, Farmer Nominee
Tim Beach – Deputy Chairman and Snape Parish Council Nominee
Guy Heald – Finance and Business (Chairman of The Estuary Trust)
Jane Marson – Landowner Nominee
Alison Andrews – A&O Association Nominee (also representing the interests of recreational estuary users)
Harry Young – Business Representative
Diane Ling – Ecological Representative
Peter Palmer – Aldeburgh Town Council Nominee
David McGinity – Butley Parish Council Nominee
Colin Chamberlain – Iken Parish Council
Brian Johnson – Bawdsey Parish Council Nominee
Peter Smith – Orford and Gedgrave Parish Council Nominee
Partnership Secretary – Amanda Bettinson
Giles Bloomfield – East Suffolk Internal Drainage Board
David Kemp – Environment Agency
Emma Hay – Natural England
Bill Parker – Suffolk Coastal District Council
Alde & Ore Estuary Partnership downloadable document archive.
Alde & Ore Estuary Partnership downloadable Constitution
THE ALDE AND ORE ESTUARY TRUST
The Alde and Ore Estuary Trust (The Trust) was established in December 2013 and is a registered as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) with the Charity Commission (No 1155115). The Trust was set up by the Partnership to facilitate fund raising for flood defences in the Alde and Ore Estuary. Its charitable status enables donors to take advantage of various tax exemptions and reliefs available where gifts are made to a charity.
TRUSTEES at 1 January 2021
Guy Heald (Chairman)
Professor Jane Maxim (Funding Group Chair)
for more click to Funding the Estuary Plan