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The River Thames Scheme held a series of small-scale resident ’surgeries’ in various locations throughout November and early December 2016.
Details of the locations, dates and times are below:
|8 November 2016||4pm to 7pm||Datchet Library||RBWM|
|10 November 2016||10:30am to 2pm||Old Windsor Community Hub||RBWM|
|10 November 2016||4pm to 6:45 pm||Staines Library||Spelthorne|
|12 November 2016||9:30am to 5pm||Staines Library||Spelthorne|
|22 November 2016||3pm to 7pm||Molesey Library||Elmbridge|
|24 November 2016||3pm to 7pm||St Nicholas Church Hall||Elmbridge|
|29 November 2016||3pm to 7pm||Teddington Library||Richmond|
|1 December 2016||2pm to 8pm||Black Swan Sea Cadets||Elmbridge and Spelthorne|
|6 December 2016||3pm to 7pm||Shepperton Village Hall||Spelthorne|
|7 December 2016||3pm to 7pm||Kingston Council Offices||Kingston|
Residents had the opportunity to come and ask questions, or simply find out the latest information. This included the options being considered for the route of the flood relief channel in 4 areas of uncertainty: Wraysbury II Lakes, Thorpe Hay Meadow, Sheepwalk and Desborough Cut.
Maps were also available showing the locations of enhancement opportunities that were suggested at various events.
For each of the 4 areas of uncertainty in the channel route, aerial photographs of each option being considered and a table summarising the key issues were presented.
For enhancement opportunities, two maps for each section of proposed channel were also presented, one showing proposed features and opportunities potentially funded through the scheme subject to funding, and the other showing ‘other’ suggested opportunities.
Input from stakeholders, including local interests and residents, is informing the final submission of the preferred route of the proposed flood channel.
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