Mersey basin Campaign

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Publication dateJanuary 2001 MBC002 Mersey Basin Campaign Council Constitution This is the constitution of the Campaign's governing council, within which key stakeholders give strategic direction and policy guidance to the organisation. This document covers the purpose, status, functions and procedures of the Council, along with details of its membership. Publication dateSeptember 1986 MBC010 Mersey Basin Campaign - new life for the North West An early prospectus produced shortly after the Campaign was launched, and aimed at attracting potential partners. Details some of the improvement work that had already been done, as well as proposed future projects. Also includes information on how the Campaign was organised at the time. Publication dateJanuary 2009 MBC053 Mersey Basin Campaign corporate plan 2009-10 The last edition of the Campaign's annual corporate plan, which outlines the way the the organisation planned for the end of its life. The document also gives a useful overview of the Mersey Basin Campaign's areas of activity, projects and approaches. Publication dateNovember 2009 MBC148 Mersey Basin Campaign partnership structure diagram A diagram showing the Campaign's partnership structure. Publication dateSeptember 2004 MBC164 Mersey Basin Campaign: a partnership approach to river basin management The Mersey Basin Campaign was established as one of the series initiatives, launched in the wake of riots in Liverpool, that were designed to kick start regeneration of England’s Northwest. At the time the Secretary of State for the Environment, Michael Heseltine called the River Mersey ”an affront to the standards a civilised society should demand of its environment". It was recognised that a combination of public, private voluntary sector action was necessary, leading to the Mersey Basin Campaign partnership being formed in 1985. This partnership has developed since its inception, with changes in the governance structure of the Campaign creating wider participation from business, academia, community and voluntary groups. The partnership of the Mersey Basin Campaign brings together disparate groups and sectors to work together towards a shared mission. Today, the Mersey and its tributaries are cleaner than at any time since the industrial revolution. The transformation of the River Mersey has been supported by a combination of major investment and genuine partnership working at regional and local level. Publication dateSeptember 2008 MBC165 Mersey Basin Campaign - Governance and Organisation A document discussing the background to the emergence of the Mersey Basin Campaign, its initial aims and objectives, the emergence of the partnership, the organisational structure of the Mersey Basin Campaign, creating long term partnership through an number of organisational structures, delivering action, its performance and its critical success factors.