Bird flu: near Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire, Yorkshire (AIV 2022/139)

Highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) H5N1 was confirmed in commercial housed poultry on 19 October 2022.

31 December 2022: Following successful completion of disease control activities and surveillance in the zone, the 3km protection zone has ended and the area that formed the protection zone becomes a surveillance zone.

6 January 2023: Following successful completion of disease control activity and surveillance within the zone, part of the surveillance zone has been revoked.

The following disease control zones are in place around the premises:

  • Residual surveillance zone

All poultry on the premises have been humanely culled.

Details of the measures that apply in this zone are in the declaration of residual surveillance zone (PDF)

Details of the measures that apply in this zone are in the surveillance zone declaration (PDF).

This revokes and replaces the declaration of a protection zone and a surveillance zone (PDF).

Check if you need a licence to move poultry, poultry by-products, eggs, material or mammals.

Check the updated bird flu disease control zone map.

Case number: AIV 2022/139.

Published 27 October 2022
Last updated 6 January 2023 + show all updates
  1. Following successful completion of disease control activity and surveillance within the zone, part of the surveillance zone has been revoked.

  2. Following successful completion of disease control activities and surveillance in the zone, the 3km protection zone has ended and the area that formed the protection zone becomes a surveillance zone.

  3. First published.