A joint consultation meeting within 2nd RBWMP and uFRMP will take place on May 25 in Gdańsk.

Gdańsk is the third city where experts on the 2nd update of water management plans (2nd RBWMP) and updated flood risk management plans (uFRMP) will meet for joint consultations with the public. Due to epidemic restrictions and out of concern for the safety of participants, the meeting will have an on-line formula.

During the meeting, 2nd RBWMP experts will present, inter alia, a set of activities aimed at achieving environmental objectives for the Vistula, Świeża and Banówka river basins and the Lower Vistula water region with methodological assumptions for their creation. In turn, the representatives of the APMP will present, inter alia, types of measures for rational flood risk management in the Pomeranian Voivodeship.

The meeting will be divided into two blocks devoted to the issues of individual projects. From 10.00 to 12.20, issues related to 2nd RBWMP will be discussed, from 12.30 to 14.30 – uFRMP. After the end of the second block, until 3.30 p.m., there is a time for discussion.

Registration is open until May 21

To take an active part in the meeting, you must register via the application form at https://www.apgw.gov.pl/pl/gdansk-2505. Registered people will receive a unique link to the meeting, which will also enable active participation in it by asking questions in the chat. For people who have not registered within the prescribed period, the broadcast will be available on the website www.apgw.gov.pl, in the consultation meetings tab, without the possibility of asking questions in the chat.

The meeting in Gdańsk will start at 10.00 am and will last until 3.45 pm. The detailed agenda is available at https://www.apgw.gov.pl/pl/gdansk-2505. We invite you to read it before the meeting and to actively participate in the event itself.

2nd RBWMP and uFRMP

From April 14, 2021, six-month public consultations under 2nd RBWMP are taking place, which will end on October 14. Planning documents in water management constitute the basis for making decisions shaping the condition of water resources and define the principles of their management. They contain a set of measures that should be taken to achieve or maintain at least good water status.

From December 22, 2020 to September 22, 2021, a series of consultation meetings on uFRMP takes place throughout the country. The draft plans contain specific measures to protect the inhabitants, economy, environment and cultural heritage of each river basin area.

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