A public meeting will be held next week for local residents to hear more about the plans for flood defences in Fulford.
This follows on from a successful campaign led by Liberal Democrat ward councillor, Cllr Keith Aspden, and local residents, which secured a total of £500,000 to be spent on additional flood defences in the area.
The meeting will take place on Monday 11th June at 6pm, Fulford Social Hall, School Lane and will be attended by Cllr Aspden, Steve Wragg, City of York Flood Risk Manager, and Ben Hughes, the Environment Agency Project Director.
During the meeting, there will be an opportunity for residents to ask questions and hear how the Council and Environment Agency plan to consult with the local community and develop. A key area of discussion will focus on how to build further flood resilience into the Fordlands Road bridge, in order to protect the surrounding community.
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