Consultation outcome

Manage flood risk in the Black Sluice catchment

This consultation has concluded

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Black Sluice catchment works consultation response

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Detail of outcome

The Environment Agency has produced a response to the formal consultation on the future of managing flood risk in Black Sluice catchment. The response outlines how the feedback we’ve received has been taken into account in our next steps.

Detail of feedback received

A summary of public feedback is included in the consultation response document attached to this page.

Original consultation

Summary

Seeking views on options to help manage future flood risk within the Black Sluice catchment.

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Consultation description

We want to know which options you support for managing flood risk, and why, for:

  • Black Sluice pumping station
  • Lower Black Sluice catchment
  • Upper Black Sluice catchment

And which options people do not support, and why.

In addition, we are keen to hear from any local groups, businesses and organisations who could work with us to deliver the options.

You may also have evidence, for example, photographs, dates or eyewitness accounts of flooding that could help us build a business case to apply for government funding.

Published 17 August 2015
Last updated 27 January 2016 + show all updates
  1. Consultation response document attached.
  2. First published.