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You are here : At Home > Corporate > Environment > River restoration > River Misbourne Restoration
Between September and November 2020, we will be working along a 1km stretch of the River Misbourne located off London Road East in Amersham, in collaboration with Buckinghamshire Council.
A new river channel will meander through one of the agricultural fields that surround the River Misbourne before reconnecting to the existing channel. Currently, the channel is generally overwide and straight and sits perched above the valley bottom. Features called berms will create a more meandering form to the current channel too improve the flow velocity and create a more varied habitat for local wildlife including fish, plants and invertebrates. The new channel will be fenced off to prevent the banks from being poached and livestock entering the channel. Cattle crossing points will be installed so that livestock can access the field with no restrictions.
A new meandering channel.
The current channel with the new earth berms installed.
If you would like to find out more information on the project, please contact Grace Harland (Grace.Harland@affinitywater.co.uk)
Registered office: Tamblin Way, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, AL10 9EZ.
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