Bewl Water is a supply in the valley of the River Bewl, straddling the limit between Kentand East Sussex. It is around 2 miles south of Lamberhurst, Kent, England. The repository was a piece of a task to build supplies of water in the region. It supplies not just Southern Water's clients in the Medway towns, Thanet and Hastings, but at the same time is utilized by other water organizations in the zone. Work started to build the supply in 1973 by damming and after that flooding a valley. It was finished in 1975 having been loaded up with more than 31,300 million liters of water.
In winter, when the stream in the River Medway surpasses 275 million liters for every day, waterway water is pumped to capacity in the store. There is a diagram intend to raise the water level by a further 3 m to expand the yield by up to 30% to help with the developing water request in south-east England. This will anyway put further requests on the River Medway to supply the extra water required with the potential for natural corruption in the stream and the eco-frameworks that it underpins. The supply in the same manner as most extensive clean water lakes, is host to a huge assortment of untamed life.