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Voting responses from both CaBA startup conferences. For each question, the first slide is the Yorkshire response, the second slide is London response.

Voting responses from both CaBA startup conferences. For each question, the first slide is the Yorkshire response, the second slide is London response.

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  • 1. Interac(ve  discussion   Chairman  –  Alistair  Maltby   The  Rivers  Trust   Ca tchment B ased   A pproach Partnerships   f or   Action
  • 2. 1/12.  Who  are  you?   1.  Catchment  partnership   lead  /  host   2.  Partner  in  a  catchment   partnership   3.  Would  like  to  be  in  a   catchment  partnership   4.  Providing  support  to   catchment  partnerships   5.  Another  interest  /  role   in  CaBA   Yorkshire
  • 3. ou l An ot he ri to be nt er es t /r ol ei .. . C. .. Ca .. . a a to in ... Le .. tP p at ch m en tn er sh i Catchment Su pp or t lik e aC tP ar n in g d Pr ov id W ne ri ch m en o be in a Partnership pport to a Partnerships erest / role in Pa rt Ca t Partnership 56% London 17% 19% 8% 0%
  • 4. 2/12.  What  type  of  OrganisaEon  are  you  from?   (One  answer  only)   1.  2.  3.  4.  5.  6.  7.  8.  9.  10.  Rivers  Trust   Wildlife  Trust   Groundwork   Environment  Agency   Central  Government   Local  Government   Community  Group   Academic   Other  NGO   Private  Sector   Yorkshire
  • 5. O ctor Ri ve W rs ild Tru lif s t En G eT vi r ro ou rus Ce nm ndw t nt en o ra t A rk lG g Lo o en ca ve cy l G rn Co o me m ve nt m rn un m it en y t G ro A up ca de O m th i Pr er c iv N at G e O Se ct or st rust ork ent Agency overnment ernment ty Group 43% London 15% 13% 10% 6% 1% 5% 3% 3% 1%
  • 6. 3/12.  Experience  of  Catchment   Management   (One  Answer  Only)   1.  Ran  a  full  Defra  Assessed   Pilot   2.  Ran  a  £5K  /  un-­‐assessed   Pilot   3.  Not  involved  in  a  pilot  but   catchment  management  is   what  we  do   4.  Some  prior  involvement  in   catchment  management   5.  Catchment  management  is  a   new  acEvity  for  us   Yorkshire
  • 7. (One Answer Only) 25% Defra Assessed Pilot / un-assessed Pilot ed in a pilot but management is what 20% 11% £5 K a Ra n a fu ll De fr a As se ss / ed un N ... ot -a ss in es vo se lv d ed So P. in .. m a e pi pr lo io tb ri u. nv Ca .. ol tc ve hm m en en tm ti ... an ag em en ti s.. involvement in management management is a new us Ra n 19% 18% London
  • 8. 4/12.  Do  you  need  training  to  help  you  deliver  the   Catchment-­‐based  Approach?   (One  Answer  Only)   Yorkshire 1.  Yes,  we  need  training  in  all   aspects  of  catchment   management   2.  We  would  like  training  in  some   specialist  areas   3.  We  don’t  need  any  training  
  • 9. Catchment-based Approach? (One Answer Only) 57% need training in all of catchment ement uld like training in some st areas n’t need any training London 17% ou ld g in in do n’ tn lik ee d e an tr a y in in ng ni tr ai ne ed e W W e w w e Ye s, tr a g in i.. . a. . 13%
  • 10. 5/12.  How  would  you  like  training  to  be  organised?   (One  Answer  Only)   1.  Training  organised  centrally  based   on  user  requirements,  delivered   around  the  country,  and  open  to  all   catchment  partnerships   2.  We  would  prefer  to  organise  our   own  training,  but  would  like  to  offer   this  to  other  catchment   partnerships  too.   3.  We  will  do  our  own  internal  training   4.  We  really  don’t  need  training   Yorkshire
  • 11. 61% centrally based on user ivered at strategic locations y, and open to all rships o organise our own d like to offer this to other rships too. n internal training ed training London 19% ... tr a do n ’t n w n ro ly ou re al do W e ill w e W ee d or ga o ef er t pr ou ld w e W in te r. . . ... l.. ce nt ra se d an i or g ng ai ni Tr 1% 0%
  • 12. 6/12.  What  subjects  in  parEcular  would   you  like  to  have  training  opportuniEes  for?     (Top  three)   1.  OrganisaEonal  &  administraEve  e.g.   governance  &  finance   2.  Fundraising   3.  CollaboraEve  working  in  general   4.  Specific  stakeholder  engagement  &  facilitaEon   methods   5.  Media  &  communicaEon   6.  Water  Framework  DirecEve  interpretaEon   7.  Catchment  science  e.g.  geomorphology,   hydrology,  specialist  ecology   8.  Survey  methodologies   9.  Data  handling  &  visualisaEon  e.g.  GIS,   mapping,  data  analysis   10.  PracEcal  river  works  /  implementaEon  of   improvements   Yorkshire
  • 13. rative matters like 57% London 49% 47% 44% 42% eneral gement & facilitation 41% 38% 31% 27% g ki n or w M ed i a & at iv bo r la Co l O rg an isa tio plementation of e na l & ad m in ion e.g. GIS, in . .. co Ca m tc m hm un ic en at ts io Da ci n ta en ha ce nd su lin ch g .. & vi su al is a. .. is. .. ve interpretation s geomorphology, ogy 32%
  • 14. 7/12.  The  policy  framework  establishes  a  steering  group  made  up  of   naEonal  representaEve  bodies  to  support  the  catchment-­‐based   approach.   (One  Answer  Only)   1.  Content  with  the  steering   group  and  have  affiliaEon   with  a  representaEve   2.  Content  with  the  steering   group  but  do  not  have   affiliaEon  with  a   representaEve   3.  Not  content  with  the   steering  group   4.  Not  aware  of  the  steering   group   Yorkshire
  • 15. ch. What do you know about the group? (One Answer Only) 41% he steering group and with a representative he steering group but iliation with a London 18% ... . st ee rin st .. th e w ar e of th e ith ot a N N ot c on te nt w th e st ee rin ... ith w te nt Co n te nt w ith th e st ee rin ... 8% th the steering group he steering group Co n 14%
  • 16. 8/12.  The  steering  group  has  idenEfied  mapping  /  GIS  /  data  /  IPR  as  a  shared  issue   amongst  catchment  partnerships  and  has  created  a  Catchment  Data  Users  Group  to   work  up  a  shared  soluEon  that  will  work  for  all  catchment  partnerships   (One  Answer  Only)   1.  We  recognise  this  issue  and   support  the  idea  of  a  shared   soluEon   2.  We  recognise  this  issue  but  do   not  support  the  idea  of  a  shared   soluEon   3.  We  have  not  come  across  this   issue  but  like  the  idea  of  a  shared   system   4.  We  have  not  come  across  this   issue  and  don’t  support  a  shared   system   Yorkshire
  • 17. (One Answer Only) 67% his issue and support the d solution his issue but do not ea of a shared solution ome across this issue but a shared system ome across this issue and a shared system London ro ss ... ac no t ve ha W e W e ha ve no t co m e co m e ac ss ue is i th e re co gn is e W 0% ro ss ... b. . . a. ss ue is i th e re co gn is e W 8% 6%
  • 18. 9/12.  Defra  has  provided  funds  for  the  steering  group  to  provide  central  support  to   the  partnerships  unEl  the  end  of  the  financial  year,  including  the  helpdesk,  forum   and  the  learning  workshops.   (One  Answer  Only)   1.  I  expect  to  use  the  forum  and   ahend  the  learning  workshops   2.  I  like  the  forum  but  don’t  think  I   will  ahend  the  learning  workshops   3.  I  am  not  sure  I  will  use  the  forum   but  am  interested  in  the  learning   workshops   4.  I  don’t  think  that  I  will  use  either   Yorkshire
  • 19. (One Answer Only) 53% e forum and attend the ps ut don’t think I will attend shops l use the forum but am earning workshops I will use either London 16% us ... w ill us e tI ill th a Iw Id on ’t t hi n k ts ur e no m Ia 1% th ... ’t. .. do n bu t th e ik e Il Ie xp ec t to us e fo ru m th e fo ru m ... 7%
  • 20. 10/12.  What  other  centralised  support  do  you  think  will   be  needed  in  the  future?   (MulEple  Answers)   1.  A  framework  to  integrate  with   second  cycle  WFD,  and  future  river   basin  planning  cycles   2.  Networking  and  learning  between   catchment  partnerships   3.  RepresentaEon  of  CaBA  partnerships   with  government  &  its  agencies   4.  Training  opportuniEes  for  catchment   management   5.  Fundraising  &  distribuEon  of  funds   6.  FacilitaEng  acEviEes  where  there  are   economies  of  scale  from  catchment   partnerships  working  together   7.  CommunicaEon  about  CaBA   8.  Networking  with  naEonal   organisaEons  &  sectors  e.g.  Ofwat   9.  Something  else   10.  I  don’t  think  that  central  support  is   needed   Yorkshire
  • 21. with second cycle n planning cycles etween catchment 63% 61% 49% 47% 40% rtnerships with 42% 37% 31% London atchment of funds there are tchment her A rganisations & fra m ew or k Re to pr in es te en gr at ta .. . tio Fu nd n of ra Ca isi ng BA & Co .. . di m st m r ib un ut ic a io tio ... n ab ou tC aB So A m et hi ng el se 1% A pport is needed 6%
  • 22. 11/12.  Which  stakeholders  do  you  think  are  going  to  be  most   important  in  your  catchment  and  challenging  to  engage?   (MulEple  Answers)   1.  General  public   2.  Water  industry   3.  Flood  risk  managers   4.  Environment  Agency   5.  Natural  England   6.  Local  authoriEes   7.  Land  owners  and  managers   8.  Media   9.  Other  NGOs   10.  Anglers   Yorkshire
  • 23. 52% Os 46% 36% 34% 34% London 16% 13% 9% 8% 2% Ge ne ra lp Fl oo ub d lic ris k m an ag N er La at s nd ur al ow En ne gl rs an an d d m an ag er s O th er N GO s ublic dustry managers ent Agency ngland horities ers and managers
  • 24. 12/12.  What  is  your  posiEon  aier   today?   (One  Answer  Only)   1.  I  am  clear  on  my  role,  and  the   role  of  others,  and  ready  to   start  /  conEnue  our  catchment   partnership   2.  I  am  clear  on  my  role,  but   confused  as  to  others  roles,   but  apart  from  that  ready  to   start  /  conEnue   3.  I  am  clear  on  my  role  but  have   some  preparaEon  to  do  before   I  am  ready  to  start   4.  I  am  clear  on  my  role  now,  but   this  is  different  to  what  I   thought  it  was   5.  I  am  not  clear  on  my  role   6.  Let  me  out  of  here   Yorkshire
  • 25. 33% ole, and the role of o start / continue tnership ole, but confused but apart from / continue ole but have some before I am ready London 13% 9% 7% e ou t of ro l on Le tm e no m Ia m y no .. le m y on ea r cl tc le ar ro le ro m y Ia m cl m Ia bu ... u. .. le ,b ea r on ea r cl m Ia on m y ro m y on ea r cl m Ia ro le ,a n. .. ole now, but this is thought it was my role he re 2% 1%
  • 26. Do  you  have  any  other  quesEons?     Ca tchment B ased   A pproach Partnerships   f or   Action
  • 27. Concluding  remarks   Chris  Ryder   The  Rivers  Trust   Ca tchment B ased   A pproach Partnerships   f or   Action