South East Rivers Trust (& the Wandle Trust)

Author: Ed Byers


Latest news on the Chamber Mead wetland creation project. Updated 20/01/2021 – The blog below has been updated to reflect the fact that the decision has now been made not to spread excavated earth on the area of scrubland previously identified Read more…


An earlier blog provided an overview on the work the South East Rivers Trust (SERT) is carrying out in the School Stream catchment to identify potential Natural Flood Management (NFM) projects alongside partners in the Medway Flood Partnership and EU Read more…


In the Medway Catchment, the South East Rivers Trust is delivering natural flood management (NFM) with a range of partners in the Medway Flood Partnership and EU Interreg North Sea FRAMES Project. This blog introduces the Alder Stream – one Read more…


We have previously introduced the concept of Natural Flood Management (NFM) in an earlier blog. In the Medway Catchment (below), the South East Rivers Trust is delivering NFM with a range of partners in the Medway Flood Partnership and EU Read more…


The Hogsmill – a Chalk Stream in crisis The Hogsmill is classified as a chalk stream, a globally rare habitat, and one of around only 200 worldwide. Chalk streams give rise to a unique set of species that depend on Read more…


It’s the not knowing that kills you. Monitoring the benefits of Natural Flood Management Two of our previous blogs explained what Natural Flood Management is and how it works. But how do we know that Natural Flood Management (NFM) is Read more…