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Details of the application
Yorkshire Water Services Limited has applied to the Environment Agency for two abstraction licences. The Environment Agency is giving notice of these applications in accordance with Section 37 of the Water Resources Act 1991 and Regulation 6 of the Water Resources (Abstraction and Impounding) Regulations 2006.
The applications are to vary licence serial numbers 2/27/05/029 and 2/27/05/030.
2/27/05/029 authorises the abstraction of water from Rivelin Reservoir and Redmires Reservoir at National Grid Reference SK 27 86 and SK 26 85 near Lodge Moor, Sheffield.
2/27/05/030 authorises the abstraction of water from Dale Dyke Reservoir and Agden Reservoir at National Grid References SK 24 91 and SK 26 92 near Bradfield, Sheffield.
The variations applied for are:
• to increase the compensation flow required to flow over/through the Rivelin Gauge to the River Rivelin from 2,300 cubic metres per day to 10,300 cubic metres per day.
• to reduce the compensation flow required to flow over/through the Damflask Gauge to the River Loxley from 36,000 cubic metres per day to 28,000 cubic metres per day.
• to reduce the compensation flow required, when the level in Damflask Reservoir is below the levels set out in the licence conditions, from 26,000 cubic metres per day to 18,000 cubic metres per day.
How to view the application
You can see the application and documents submitted with it at the Environment Agency:
8 City Walk
during normal office hours (Monday to Friday, except bank holidays).
You can see a summary of the application from the Public Register at the above address during normal office hours.
How to comment on the application
Send any representation about this application in writing, quoting the name of the applicant and Reference Numbers NPS/WR/023172 and NPS/WR/023173 to the Environment Agency at:
Permitting and Support Centre
99 Parkway Avenue
or by email to PSC-WaterResources@environment-agency.gov.uk
by 02 February 2017 for comment.
For advice about how to make a representation call 03708 506 506.