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Category Archives: Flooding
Residents will have noticed the works that are taking place on Yapham Road. This is a great example of a resident, Ward Councillor and ERYC working together. On Monday 8 January a resident contacted me to raise concerns about the … Continue reading
It is looking like the saga of Pocklington Town Council (PTC) producing a robust Level 3 Emergency Plan will soon come to fruition. Previously PTC had stated their Emergency Plan was fit for purpose. This was true to Level 1 … Continue reading
I am pleased to report that ERYC have actioned an investigation into drainage issues on the drive to the rear of Summerson Terrace, Yapham Road. Well done ERYC.
Residents have reported drainage issues on the drive to the rear of Summerson Terrace, Yapham Road as it is often flooded. I have asked ERYC to investigate the problem.
Please be aware that there is a lifted manhole cover at the junction of Church Road/ Moor Road, Stamford Bridge, next to the Church. I have reported to ERYC. T – Thank you for raising this.
I raised the issues in Environment Agency Failure To Clean Pock Beck with the EA. I would like to thank the EA for their prompt response. “I am not aware of any CCTV reports that recommend a clean out of … Continue reading
I am informed that three times the Environment Agency (EA) have had cameras down the Pocklington Beck, three times it has been reported that a clean out is required but three times there has been no action. I have requested … Continue reading
Residents have raised concerns with regards the flow of water and mud onto the highway outside the Wilberfoss Quarry. As this is now causing damage to the road I have requested ERYC to repair the road and seek a solution … Continue reading
“One of the scenarios that the plan has to cope with is Pocklington being cut off.” ERYC officer. For the Pocklington Emergency Plan to be more than a paper ticking exercise it must empower residents in advance. The following comments, … Continue reading
Residents will soon realise why Pocklington Town Council (PTC) Emergency Plan was kept top-secret when they read it for themselves. Please see Pocklington Town Council Failed Emergency Plan One of the scenarios that the plan has to cope with is Pocklington being … Continue reading