Original Article: BerkshireLive 04-12-2022 The borough of Windsor and Maidenhead has been named as one of the top UK areas most liable to floods. In a new report it was found that…
The next River Thames Scheme Consultations
The Environment Agency has just published the attached newsletter that includes the dates/times/places for the latest consultations. The closest even in the DHWNEWS area is on the 25th of November, 1pm to…
At the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead full council meeting on the 27th September 2022, Councillor Larcombe highlighted that he had submitted a Motion on Notice at item 13a in relation…
How to assess flood risk and protect your property
You can check your long term flood risk by entering your postcode into a government website and signing up for free flood warnings. Met Office advice to protect your property from flooding includes preparing a flood plan.
Stretch of River Aller being partly filled in allowing water to spill out and ‘decide where it wants to go’
In a pioneering project, said to be a first for the UK and inspired by schemes in the wilds of Oregon in north-west US, a stretch of the river is being liberated, the channel partly filled in, allowing the water to spill out and find its own way, creating smaller streams, more pools and boggy areas.
River Thames Scheme – Development Consent Order Consultation
Application by The Environment Agency and Surrey County Council (theApplicant) for an Order granting Development Consent for the River Thames Scheme (the Proposed Development)
Celebrations for Jubilee River’s 20th anniversary
The Environment Agency (EA) has planted 100 trees along a stretch of the Jubilee River in Eton Wick as the channel celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.
Datchet to Hythe End flood improvement measures
The Environment Agency and the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead are working in partnership to find solutions that work for communities and their environment. It is not possible to protect against every eventuality. But we are determined to reduce the risk of flooding and help secure the necessary funding.
Liquid Leisure to stay closed for health and safety probe after death
Liquid Leisure in Datchet was served with a prohibition notice by the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, banning the aqua park from reopening recreational activities associated with the lake.
Liquid Leisure’s legal challenge against council dismissed
Liquid Leisure in Datchet took the council to court, alleging the local authority ‘unlawfully’ issued a breach of condition notice (BCN) at a time when RBWM already slapped an enforcement notice on them.