Residents of Middleforth have expressed concern about ongoing flood protection works, the felling of trees and the erection of a temporary complex being carried out by the Environment Agency (EA) and Council of the Lancashire County (LCC).
After listening to these concerns, South Ribble Borough Council Councilors James Flannery, Keith Martin and Will Adams representing the borough of Middleforth hosted an online community meeting on Thursday March 31 at 5.30pm.
This meeting will allow the LCC and EA to respond to questions and concerns raised by residents about the ongoing work for the Preston and South Ribble flood risk management programme.
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Talk to Preston BlogCllr Adams said: ‘The community understands the need for the ongoing works and I hope that once this meeting is over, residents will be much more aware of the details of the whole development, leading up to completion.
“I believe it is crucial to have proper communication throughout the development process and I will continue to work on behalf of the Residents, in partnership with EA and the LCC, to ensure that any potential issues are addressed. quickly processed and/or mitigated.”
Residents are asked to email Cllr Adams at [email protected] for a link to join the Microsoft Teams meeting.
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