About the ChaMP Project
Brighton ChaMP for Water was established to protect and improve the quality of groundwater in the Brighton Chalk block, to ensure it remains a sustainable resource for public water supply.
The project is a collaboration between the South Downs National Park Authority, the Environment Agency, Southern Water, the University of Brighton and Brighton & Hove City Council, working together with Natural England and the Brighton and Lewes Downs UNESCO Biosphere (the Living Coast) to protect the aquifer. We plan to create more partnerships with councils, landowners, community groups and businesses as the project progresses.
Our work involves:
- Providing practical advice and improvements to land management in the urban and rural area
- Raising public and land-manager awareness of groundwater protection
- Undertaking research to increase knowledge of the issues and monitor the project’s success
Brighton ChaMP for Water (the Brighton Chalk Management Partnership)
Brighton ChaMP for Water covers the following area.
Find out more about why we need Brighton ChaMP.