Public meeting of the Parish Council Flood Alleviation Scheme Sub-Committee
Friday 18th January 6pm
South Hinksey Village Hall

The Planning application to deliver the Flood Alleviation Scheme will be considered by the County Council shortly. The opportunity for public comment ends on the 22 January. The comments that have been sent by the Parish Council can be viewed here. These relate only to the operation of the works should the scheme receive planning permission.

You are able to read the Parish Council’s views in the document but the Parish Council wants to take this opportunity to talk through the comments with you, hear your views on the operation of the scheme and encourage you to make your own comments.

The agenda will be:

– Introduction
– The movement of spoil from the site and other traffic movement
– The placement and management of the “Works Area”
– The diversion of the Devils Backbone
– Communications and the Community Infrastructure Levy
– What can you do.

This is an important issue for the Village in particular, one that will have a significant effect on our lives for 4 years or more. The Parish Council encourages you all to attend and make your views known.

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