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mitigation measures is identified, it will be recorded during a site audit and appropriate remedial actions will be implemented.


203 Mitigation measures will be maintained and monitored on a regular basis. A record of inspections of mitigation measures and any required maintenance will be maintained.


11.11 Licenses 204


Table 5 sets out the additional licences or permits necessary prior to construction in relation to water resources and flood risk.


Water Resources and Flood Risk Name of consent


Main River Watercourse crossing Main River works within easement Main River Flood Defence consent Main River Abstraction Licence


Main River Discharge consent Issuing body


Environment Agency Environment Agency Environment Agency Environment Agency


Environment Agency


Ordinary watercourse flood defence consent Local Authority or Internal Drainage Board Ordinary watercourse crossing


Local Authority or Internal Drainage Board Ordinary watercourse works within easement Local Authority or Internal Drainage Board


Abstraction Licence from Ordinary watercourse


Discharge to Ordinary watercourse Local Authority or Internal Drainage Board Local Authority or Internal Drainage Board Table 5: Licences and permits necessary prior to construction


12 Environmental Incident Response and Contingency


205 As part of the project EMP, a project specific environmental emergency / incident response plan will be prepared. The plan will include a response flow chart and detail how to report and deal with an environmental incident, including the measures


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