Notice

Rivers Tone and Parrett: restoring flood defences

The Environment Agency is giving notice that it intends to prepare an environmental statement in respect of proposed restoration work to the flood defences on the Rivers Tone and Parrett in Somerset.

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The Environment Agency gives notice that it proposes to carry out flood defence restoration works related to the banks and hard defences alongside the River Tone in Somerset between Ham Weir and Hook Bridge, and alongside the River Parrett between Northmoor pumping station and Screech Owl outfall. The Environment Agency has determined that the works are likely to have significant effects on the environment and intends to prepare an environmental statement in respect of them.

This in accordance with Regulation 6 of the Environmental Impact Assessment (Land Drainage Improvement Works) Regulations 1999 as amended by SI 2005/1399 and SI 2006/618.

Published 31 July 2014