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Posted: Sat, 23 Jan 2021 10:48 by Kim Loader
Levels in our rivers and watercourses are still relatively high, the ground is saturated and a period of rain is expected in the area soon - there is currently an amber warning from the Met Office for rain and a yellow warning from the Environment Agency(EA) for flooding linked to the Great Ouse, its tributaries and network of drains.
Residents should take reasonable precautions now to keep their homes and buildings secure; proactive action is always better than response in relation to such issues. More »
The attached flow chart diagram outlines responsibilities around flooding. If there are early signs of issues, and you are aware of problems within your communities, please use the attached flow chart to request the support you need from the relevant organisations. The District Council does not have a duty to provide sandbags to residents or businesses and only keeps a small stock for live emergencies.
These links may also be of use if you live in area at risk of flooding.
https://www.fws.environment-agency.gov.uk/app/olr/register this will allow you to register for EA notifications if you are in an area which may be at risk.
https://flood-warning-information.service.gov.uk/warnings which has details of information on current flood alerts in place. » Less
Posted: Wed, 20 Jan 2021 11:42 by Kim Loader
Councillor Waters has recieved an update from The Huntingdon Maintenance Team regarding The Thorpe pumping station. Anglian Water are currently making every effort at the Thorpe pumping station in order to clear enough surface water from the 'wet well' to get at the blocked suction pipe that has forced one of the pumps to stop working. At the moment, they are unable to overcome the additional flow with tankers and so cannot yet predict when that will be and may be further delayed by more heavy rain forecast this week. However they do say that the throughput from both pumps will be improved when the work is complete. More »
In the meantime, please be aware of standing water that may gather after heavy rain on the bend at the junction of The Thorpe and Manor Road and Anglian Water vehicles operating in a tight and busy area. » Less
Posted: Mon, 18 Jan 2021 11:58 by Kim Loader
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The HDC dedicated coronavirus (COVID-19) hub WeAreHuntingdonshire https://www.wearehuntingdonshire.org/ has the latest information, guidance and support for residents and businesses. Further support for residents can be sought via the HemingfordHub https://www.hemingfordhub.co.uk/