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own hundreds of sites and landholdings across our region, ranging from small
pumping stations to large treatment works and reservoirs.
region is incredibly rich in wildlife with many nationally and internationally
protected species and habitats which are also found on our own land.
recognise our responsibilities to conserve and enhance wildlife and heritage on
our land and provide access for the public where possible.
there is public access to our facilities, we aim to ensure these are
well-managed and as accessible as possible.
have a number of reservoirs and lakes which are often also nature reserves.
are open to the public and offer a variety of recreational activities,
opportunities for visiting special wildlife habitats and viewing historic
We also have
a water supply museum and seven education and study centres in the region
which are part of our education programme run by three education advisers.
For more information see our conservation access recreation report in related downloads.