Another update on the work being undertaken to prevent flooding in the York area is being considered on 3rd December.
The report has been produced by the Environment Agency.
Details are also provided on the alleviation plans for the Clementhorpe part of the City.
Regular updates have been provided since the flooding in late December 2015 which followed an intense period of rainfall across November and December due to the impacts of Storms Desmond and Eva.
Record river levels were observed in many river catchments across the north of England. More than 4000 homes and 2000 businesses flooded across Yorkshire with 453 properties and 174 businesses flooded in York.
Funding has been allocated to the Environment Agency (EA) following the floods to renew existing and provide new flood defences across the city, £17m has been allocated to the Foss Barrier improvements and £45m to the wider flood defences across the city
Click to read full Clementhore update reprt
Click to read full report
Broken glass Burgess Walk
Cllr Sheena Jackson has reported problems with broken glass in Burgess Walk and dog fouling in the Doherty Walk area.
Damaged garage doors Chapelfields Road click to enlarge
Snickets need sweeping back Chapelfields Road
Damaged doors on the garages on Chapelfields Road haven’t been repaired yet. We’ve asked that the whole are – including the snickets – be given a good clean up
Dumping on Grange Lane
Council asked to strim round street furniture on Grange Lane
Hedges obstructing Grange Lane snicket
There has been some dumping on Grange Lane which we have reported. Hedges are now impeding the snicket link to Parker Avenue while we have asked for the grass next to street furniture in the area to be strimmed
Litter Grange Lane play area
strimming needed under play equipment in GBrange lane park
There was a lot of litter on the Grange Lane play area yesterday. We’ve asked for a tidy up. Also for the weeds which are overgrowing some of the play equipment to be strimmed.
Tyre on Bramham Road lamppost. Some pranks stand the test of time
and finally the ubiquitous prank of trying to get a tyre over a street light has reappeared in Chapelfields.