River Thet public drop ins
Come and learn more about plans to hand over responsibility for a section of the River Thet to East Harling Internal Drainage Board (IDB).
The Environment Agency are working with the local IDB; East Harling, to look at the option of handing the watercourse over to the IDB. This proposal would mean that the IDB would have power to carry out maintenance works on this river. To allow this to happen, the IDB are looking at extending their boundary.
To find out more about these proposals, please drop in:
Attleborough Town Hall, Queen's Square, Attleborough NR17 2AF.
Wednesday 23 November 2016, from 10am - 1pm or
Monday 28 November 2016, from 4pm - 7pm
Environment Agency, East Harling IDB and Norfolk County Council staff will be on hand to answer your questions about the proposals and how this will affect you.
The Environment Agency are required to carry out a formal public consultation, following these events, which should take place in spring 2017.
For further information about the proposals for de-mainment, and any details on the events, please contact Liz Taylor at the Environment Agency on: PSO-Brampton@environment-agency.gov.uk or on: 020 302 51886.
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