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Suffolk Coast Forum

The Suffolk Coast Forum takes a partnership approach to flood and coastal erosion risk management on the coast and estuaries and closely related issues in the context of an Integrated Coastal Zone Management approach.

Previous papers:
March 2021 meeting minutes click here, presentations click here, and partner updates click here
November 2020 meeting minutes click here and partner updates click here
July 2020 meeting minutes click here and partner updates click here
Further meeting papers are available upon request, please email Alysha Stockman

Membership:
• Alde & Ore Community Partnership - click here
• Anglian Eastern Regional Flood & Coastal Committee - click here
• Babergh District Council - click here
• Bawdsey Coastal Partnership
• Blyth Estuary Partnership - click here
• Coastal Partnership East
• Deben Estuary Partnership - click here
• Eastern Inshore Fisheries & Conservation Authority - click here
• East Suffolk Council - click here
• East Suffolk Internal Drainage Board - click here
• Environment Agency - click here
• Ipswich Borough Council - click here
• Marine Management Organisation - click here
• Natural England - click here
• Stour & Orwell Estuaries Management Group - click here
• Suffolk Coast & Heaths AONB - click here
• Suffolk Coast Acting for Resilience
• Suffolk County Council - click here
Associate members include RSPB, River Deben Association, National Farmers Union, Suffolk Saltmarsh Group, Anglian Water, Country Land & Business Association, Crown Estate and National Trust. These groups receive mailings, observe meetings and are invited to bring issues to the group.

Terms of Reference click here

Conference:
2019 Programme - click here
Presentations are available upon request, please email Alysha Stockman

Contacts:

Chairman: Cllr David Ritchie
Secretariat: Alysha Stockman

National Groups:

LGA Coastal SIG

The Local Government Association Coastal Special Interest Group (LGA Coastal SIG) seeks to champion and represent the collective interests of coastal, estuarine and maritime communities by increasing awareness and debate on environmental, economic and social issues at all levels in relation to the coast. It works in partnership with other organisations with complementary aims and in particular with Government to secure local government’s full involvement at all levels of policy formulation concerning the coast.

East Suffolk Council
Great Yarmouth Borough Council
Norfolk Norfolk District Council

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