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Amended 3/10/2009    Return to Jubilee River home page How to contact me

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LTFRMS - Lower Thames Flood Risk Management Strategy

Next public meeting - Molesey - Tuesday 6 October

'For and against' the LTFRMS

LTFRMS CONSULTATION DOCUMENT (closes 4 December 2009)

MAP - Datchet, Horton and Wraysbury - proposed channel route - Sept 2009 (High resolution 4.67mB.pdf)

The Environment Agency has published the Lower Thames Strategy Consultation (September 2009)

This consultation closes 4 December 2009.

Unfortunately the Jubilee River (the main element of the 110m MWEFAS project) is still unable to carry its design capacity (215 cumecs).  The Myrke Embankment in Datchet is rapidly degrading yet again despite a 1.3m rebuild, and local watercourses are in desperate need of maintenance.  For over ten years the River Thames has not been dredged for flood defence purposes.

3/10/09 - Lack of Thames dredging (e-mail from H Purchase)

2/10/09 - Letter from Cllr C Rayner (RBWM) requesting LTFRMS responses

List of Datchet Parish Council objections to MWEFAS (now called Jubilee River) first published May 1992

Map of current proposal for Datchet, Horton and Wraysbury channel route Sept 2009 (High resolution 4.67mB.pdf)

'For and against' the LTFRMS

25/9/09 - LTFRMS - '300m scheme' and 'Deja vu' (Express)

25/9/09 - e-mail about LTFRMS from Mr and Mrs Packham to Mr Clasper (Datchet PC)

25/9/09 - Joy as flood defence plan is revealed (Staines and Egham News)

Current proposal for Datchet, Horton and Wraysbury channel route (My map - Sept 2009)

30/7/09 - Changing the way we engage... (EA)

25/7/2009 - EA fails to maintain Myrke Ditch and flood bank

Map of previously proposed Datchet/Horton/Wraysbury channel routes (Nov 2006)

Current proposal for Datchet, Horton and Wraysbury channel route (EA map - Sept 2009)

Detailed Environment Agency LTFRMS consultation document (15 pages - 2Mb.pdf)

 

September 2009 - Lower Thames Strategy announced (with meeting dates and venues)

The Environment Agency is now distributing the following leaflet (received 21/9/2009)

Below is the EA proposed Reach 3 flood diversion channel route

through Datchet, Horton and Wraysbury (sorry about the picture quality)

Below is my version of the proposed Reach 3 flood diversion channel route

through Datchet, Horton and Wraysbury

Detailed Environment Agency LTFRMS consultation document (15 pages - 2Mb.pdf)

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