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Dee Catchment Stakeholders

Everyone who lives and/or works within the catchment of the River Dee affects the river and its tributaries, either directly or indirectly and to a greater or lesser extent.

The Dee Catchment Management Plan Steering Group has grouped the River Dee stakeholders into the following interest areas for the purposes of the forthcoming Dee Catchment Management Plan consultation:

  • Land Business
  • Commercial Business
  • Fisheries, Angling and Fish Ponds
  • Water Supply and Waste Water Treatment
  • Infrastructure Maintenance (e.g. roads and bridges)
  • Waste Disposal
  • Tourism and Recreation
  • Aberdeen Harbour
  • Householders

To find out more about progress with the Dee Catchment Management Plan select this link.

Dee Catchment Management Plan Steering Group

The following groups and organisations are represented on the Dee Catchment Management Plan Steering Group:

  • Aberdeen and Grampian Tourist Board
  • Aberdeen City Council
  • Aberdeen Harbour Board
  • Aberdeenshire Council
  • Cairngorms National Park Authority
  • Chamber of Commerce
  • Dee District Salmon Fishery Board
  • Forestry Commission – Grampian Conservancy
  • The Macaulay Institute
  • National Farmers Union (Scotland)
  • Scottish Enterprise Grampian
  • Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA)
  • Scottish Executive - Environment and Rural Affairs Department (SEERAD)
  • Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH)
  • Scottish Rural Property & Business Association
  • Scottish Water
  • 3 Dee Vision Project