East Anglia Environment Agency Fisheries Review
There is much in the media about the performance and resources available to the Environment Agency to perform their regulatory role in protecting the environment. This dossier looks specifically at the Fisheries function of the Agency and their ability to deliver any tangible outcomes supporting the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads.
The primary source of funding for resources come from Rod Licence income, which has shown some downward trend, but remains around £20m per annum.
Below is a link to a dossier I created back in October last year, built on clear defined evidence on the lack of outcomes across fisheries within the Broads.