The 'London' Lea a complex urban river

Welcome to the website of the 'London' Lea, the part of the River from the M25 to the Thames and the home of the formal document which authorities have to pay attention to.  The Catchment Plan will improve the river for wildlife and for people. It will also help us to meet the UK's obligations under the Water Framework Directive.

Latest news for the London Lea

Affinity Water are offering grants to help eradicate invasive non-native species from rivers across Hertfordshire and Middlesex

Saturday 2nd April 10am - 3pm 
Meet at the council depot next to Salisbury House Arts Centre, Bury Street West, Enfield, London,N9 9LA

Discovering Haringey's natural nad historical heritage by walking the route of one of its hidden rivers

Wednesday 30th March 7:30 pm Bruce Castle Museum, Lordship Lane, N17 8NU

The River Lea is London's second largest river.

Almost 170 million litres of water is taken from it everyday and intensively cleaned for us to drink. 


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