Tag Archives: Flood risk management

Collapsed culvert replacement underway

Work is underway to replace a collapsed culvert in Moreton Park Road in Bideford which has caused a sinkhole that is posing a flood risk to nearby properties

Posted on: 12 April 2018 | Posted in: Environment | No Comments

£3 million flood risk action plan to help more than 300 properties

More than 300 homes and businesses will benefit from greater flood protection in the next year as part of Devon County Council’s £3 million Flood Risk Management Action Plan agreed by the Council’s Cabinet

Posted on: 14 March 2018 | Posted in: Environment | No Comments

Flood improvement schemes approved for Ivybridge and Uplyme

Devon County Council’s Cabinet has approved flood improvement schemes in Ivybridge and Uplyme to provide greater protection to homes in the two communities

Posted on: 10 January 2018 | Posted in: Environment | No Comments

Braunton flood improvements completed

Work has been completed on Braunton’s flood improvement scheme to provide a protection standard of up to a 1 in 50 year surface water flood event

Posted on: 30 November 2017 | Posted in: Environment | No Comments

Axminster’s vital flood relief scheme completed

Devon County Council has completed a £1 million flood prevention scheme in Axminster, providing vital protection to over 160 homes

Posted on: 26 September 2017 | Posted in: Environment

Axminster’s vital flood relief scheme progressing well

Flood relief scheme in Axminster is now half way through its six month programme and is currently on schedule to be completed in September

Posted on: 5 July 2017 | Posted in: Environment

Flood risk management action plan approved

A £2.5 million action plan to provide greater flood protection to more than 300 homes in priority areas across Devon has been agreed by the County Council’s Cabinet

Posted on: 8 March 2017 | Posted in: Environment

Work starts on Braunton flood improvement scheme

Work is underway on a £540,000 scheme to reduce flood risk in Braunton, starting with temporary traffic lights on Caen Street until 19 February while an upgraded drainage system is installed

Posted on: 9 January 2017 | Posted in: Environment