Welcome to the Severn Estuary Partnership

The Severn Estuary is one of the largest estuaries in Britain and has the second highest tidal range in the world. It has a natural and cultural heritage which deserves special attention and it is also a living and working environment for many people who live around its shores and care about its future.

Severn Estuary Forum 2018

A date for your diary! Tuesday 09th October, The Riverfront Theatre and Arts Centre, Newport

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The Severn Estuary is a huge diverse area with fascinating natural, cultural and geographical features. These pages are designed to give you a flavour of the estuary and act as a resource for further study with links and contacts to other groups involved with the Estuary.

About

The Severn Estuary is one of the largest estuaries in Britain and has the second highest tidal range in the world. It has a natural and cultural heritage which deserves special attention and it is also a living and working environment for many people who live around its shores and care about its future. In response to these concerns, the Severn Estuary Partnership (SEP) was set up in 1995 as an independent initiative, hosted by Cardiff University, to work with local stakeholders in promoting a sustainable approach to the planning, management, and development of the estuary for all who live, work and here and for future generations.

ASERA

ASERA
ASERA (the Association of Severn Estuary Relevant Authorities) are the statutory organisations (Relevant Authorities) around the Severn Estuary that came together to collectively manage their activities on the Severn Estuary European Marine Site.

SECG

SECG
The Severn Estuary Coastal Group (SECG) works to promote sustainable shoreline management, and to facilitate the duties and responsibilities of local authorities and other organisations managing coastal protection & flood defence issues around the Severn Estuary.

Severn Estuary Partnership

Severn Estuary Partnership
he Severn Estuary Partnership (SEP) was set up in 1995 as an independent initiative, hosted by Cardiff University, to work with local stakeholders in promoting a sustainable approach to the planning, management, and development of the estuary for all who live, work and here and for future generations.