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01-01-2024 The Flood Hub … Spring 2024 News Letter. Up to date information accross the Region.
1 5-03-2024 £50,000 boost for Keswick flood project. Credit Keswick Reminder Sat March 16, 2024 A project which aims to reduce Keswick’s flood risk has got a £50,000 boost. West Cumbria Rivers Trust’s Resilient Glenderamackin scheme has been given the cash by Lloyds Banking Group. The project is one of the largest catchment-based projects in the country and supported by The Rivers Trust and Nature Finance. It aims to deliver nature-based solutions to reduce flood risk to Keswick whilst restoring nature and mitigating against climate change in the 142sq km Glendermackin catchment.
1 9-03-2024 KFAG comment on United Utilities press release. Credit Keswick Reminder Sat March 16, 2024 United Utilities has today published a road map showing how it will deliver cleaner rivers, beaches and lakes across the North West the biggest investment of its kind in the UK. By 2050 the goal is to ensure that storm overflows, the relief points that prevent sewers from backing up and flooding homes and businesses in heavy rain, each operate less than 10 times a year. Sewage in our lakes and rivers will continue to be a problem even with UUs ambitous (albeit) 25 year plan ! Click on READ MORE for full details and KFAG response
22-05-2024 EA Stakeholder Update - Flooding 22 May 2024 Covering rain impacts 22 / 23 May 2024. Gives insight on how EA currently deals with these situations
22-05-2024 EA Data Map ‘Hydrology Explorer’ This is a data portal enabling you to access live and historic hydrometric and water quality data from the EA. Link to DATA MAPS page 23-05-2024
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23-05-2024 Met Office Press Office 22-05-24 Climate change drives increase in storm rainfall A new study has found climate change has influenced how much rain falls during autumn and winter storms.
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30-05-2024 Cumberland Council Update - Upper Borrowdale Valley Section 19 Flood Investigation Report for Flood Event 30 September 2022 Final Version Approved July 2023
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04-06-2024 National Flood Forum Newsletter May 2024
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START 04-06-2024 National Flood Forum Newsletter May 2024 30-05-2024 Cumberland Council Update - Upper Borrowdale Valley Section 19 Flood Investigation Report for Flood Event 30 September 2022 Final Version Approved July 2023 23-05-2024 Met Office Press Office 22-05-24 Climate change drives increase in storm rainfall A new study has found climate change has influenced how much rain falls during autumn and winter storms. 22-05-2024 EA Data Map ‘Hydrology Explorer’ This is a data portal enabling you to access live and historic hydrometric and water quality data from the EA. Link to DATA MAPS page 23-05-2024 22-05-2024 EA Stakeholder Update - Flooding 22 May 2024 Covering rain impacts 22 / 23 May 2024. Gives insight on how EA currently deals with these situations 1 9-03-2024 KFAG comment on United Utilities press release. Credit Keswick Reminder Sat March 16, 2024 United Utilities has today published a road map showing how it will deliver cleaner rivers, beaches and lakes across the North West the biggest investment of its kind in the UK. By 2050 the goal is to ensure that storm overflows, the relief points that prevent sewers from backing up and flooding homes and businesses in heavy rain, each operate less than 10 times a year. Sewage in our lakes and rivers will continue to be a problem even with UUs ambitous (albeit) 25 year plan ! Click on READ MORE for full details and KFAG response 1 5-03-2024 £50,000 boost for Keswick flood project. Credit Keswick Reminder Sat March 16, 2024 A project which aims to reduce Keswick’s flood risk has got a £50,000 boost. West Cumbria Rivers Trust’s Resilient Glenderamackin scheme has been given the cash by Lloyds Banking Group. The project is one of the largest catchment-based projects in the country and supported by The Rivers Trust and Nature Finance. It aims to deliver nature-based solutions to reduce flood risk to Keswick whilst restoring nature and mitigating against climate change in the 142sq km Glendermackin catchment.
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