The York Flood Alleviation Scheme: Proposals for Clifton and Rawcliffe Public Drop-in on the 3rd December

Date:  20th November 2018

Dear FoRM member

The York Flood Alleviation Scheme: Proposals for Clifton and Rawcliffe Public Drop-in on the 3rd December at York Sports Club, 2pm to 7pm

I am writing to invite you to a public drop-in where we will display information about future flood alleviation works in the Clifton and Rawcliffe area. The event will be held on Monday 3rd of December at York Sports Centre, Clifton Park, Shipton Rd, York YO30 5RE.

Following the flooding of winter 2015, the Environment Agency was allocated £45 million to better protect properties in York. Since then we have been working to develop plans for areas of the city affected by flooding.

This is a drop-in style event and you are welcome to arrive at any time between 2pm and 7pm. We will have displays showing our plans for improvements to flood defences in the area and you can meet staff from the project team to ask questions or raise issues.

If you are unable to attend, you can find out more information about our plans by coming to the York Flood Hub on Wellington Row in the centre of York where we will have displays on Clifton Ings until the end of January 2019 (open Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10am to 4pm).   We will also post the information displayed at the drop-in on our Citizen Space information page for Clifton and Rawcliffe at:

If you have any questions please contact us at

Yours sincerely

Richard Lever

Project Lead for the York Flood Alleviation Scheme



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