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Humber Estuary Relevant Authorities Group

Humber Estuary Relevant Authorities have statutory duties in relation to the Humber Estuary European Marine Site.  The Humber Estuary Relevant Authorities Group (HERAG) set up and supports the Humber Management Scheme to ensure joined up and coordinated approach to the management of the Humber Estuary European Marine Site (EMS).

HERAG meets regularly to ensure the progress of the Humber Management Scheme action plan and to address any concerns raised in relation to the Humber EMS.

The Humber Estuary Relevant Authorities include:

Navigation/Harbour Authorities

  • Associated British Ports
  • Associated Petroleum Terminals (Immingham) Ltd
  • Canal and River Trust
  • Philips 66
  • Humber Sea Terminals Ltd

Drainage Boards

  • Ancholme
  • Dempster
  • Garthorpe
  • Goole and Airmyn
  • Goole Fields
  • Isle of Axholme 
  • Lindsey Marsh
  • Ouse and Humber 
  • North East Lindsey
  • Ottringham
  • Preston
  • Reedness and Swinefleet
  • Scunthorpe
  • Skeffling
  • Thorngumbald

Local Authorities

  • East Lindsey District Council
  • East Riding of Yorkshire Council
  • Kingston upon Hull City Council
  • Lincolnshire County Council
  • North East Lincolnshire Council
  • North Lincolnshire Council

Other Authorities

  • Anglian Water Services
  • Eastern Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority
  • Natural England
  • Environment Agency
  • Marine Management Organisation
  • Ministry of Defence
  • North Eastern Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority
  • Yorkshire Water Services