The Water Framework Directive is a piece of European legislation that states that all UK waterbodies (rivers, lakes, seas) must be in ‘good ecological status’ by 2027.

Current WFD Waterbody Classifications for Mimram Catchment taken from Catchment Data Explorer
Waterbody  Overall Waterbody Classification  Reasons for Failure  Hydromorphological Supporting Elements  Supporting Elements (Surface Water)
 Mimram (Whitwell to Codicote Bottom)   Moderate  Macrophytes and Phytobenthos Combined (Moderate)   Hydrological Regime Does Not Support Good Not Assessed
 Phosphate (Moderate) Morphology  Supports Good
 Mimram (Codicote Bottom to Lee)  Moderate Fish (Moderate)   Hydrological Regime Does Not Support Good Not Assessed
Morphology Supports Good

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