The Middle Level
Commissioners are a land drainage authority in eastern England
responsible for 120 miles of major watercourses, 100 miles of
which are statutory navigations. The authority's primary
functions comprise the provision of flood defence and water
level management to the Middle Level area, and as navigation
authority for the navigable waters of the Middle Level system.
The Commissioners have also certain conservation duties to
fulfil when undertaking their functions.
Use the links below to view the
case studies detailing the Middle Level Commissioners projects
featured in the UK Water Projects publication