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Category Archives: Flooding
The permanent pumps for Stamford Bridge have resolved the vast majority of the flooding in the village but there is relatively minor flooding outside the New Inn which needs addressing. A couple of weeks ago, referring to the above photo, which … Continue reading
As a result of faeces floating near to the drain outside the Indian restaurant in Stamford Bridge on Monday and the odour being rather strong I have raised concerns with regards the planned new prison at Full Sutton. The odour … Continue reading
I would like to thank Yorkshire Water for arriving on site within a couple of hours of my phoning them on Bank Holiday Monday to address the faeces on Main Street, Stamford Bridge. I am informed that they cleared out … Continue reading
Please be aware that faeces are floating in the water above the drain outside the Indian Restaurant, Main Street, Stamford Bridge. Yorkshire Water have confirmed someone will attend by 12.00 Tuesday 3 April latest.
I would like to thank ERYC for the work they are currently doing to address the flooding on Main Street, Sutton Upon Derwent “The issue with carriageway ponding are 2 number gully grates. These fill with straw and mud which … Continue reading
As a result of the raising main repair in the Sutton Upon Derwent play area, which was then followed by the Beast from the East, Yorkshire Water are still unable to address the possible contamination until the ground dries out. … Continue reading
There is currently flooding on the Full Sutton to Fangfoss road in the dip that often contains water. I have informed ERYC Highways and they will visit the site and put in flooding signs if required.
I would like to thank ERYC for their prompt investigation into the issues highlighted in Wilberfoss Foss Beck Erosion – Risk Of Flooding. I am delighted to confirm: “We have inspected the site, and agree that the verge / bund is … Continue reading
Erosion of the Eastern Bank of Foss Beck through Wilberfoss is causing increased risk of flooding. Since the flooding along Beckside on Boxing Day in 2015, ERYC has made efforts to improve the drainage along the East side of Foss … Continue reading