Public Zoom Invitation
The Environment Agency and Network Rail invite you to a public zoom meeting on Thursday 22nd October.
The Environment Agency will shortly be commencing the next stages of work at Shade Chapel following significant damage to the culvert from recent flooding events …
Healthy Minds are continuing to offer evening support group sessions via Zoom. They occur every first and third Thursday of the month, between 6pm and 7:15pm.
These sessions are confidential, informal spaces where you can connect with others, share information and just have a chat. …
Our October flood newsletter is now out, providing the latest flood news from across the Calder Valley, including:
information on the help available following Storm Ciara
updates on local flood resilience and natural flood management (NFM) schemes
tips on preparing for future …
Press release from Calderdale Council
People in Calderdale are being reminded to check their flood preparation plans, to ensure they can protect themselves and their property.
It’s almost eight months since the most recent serious flooding event in Calderdale, when over 1200 properties …
The Environment Agency are currently onsite clearing debris from the channel at Phoenix Bridge.
Immediately following the flooding in February 2020, the Environment Agency installed “jackboxes” and “dumpy bags” which are 1m high earth filled temporary barriers which …
Five new areas of the £35m flood defences in the Upper Calder Valley are now complete with the whole scheme expected to be finished by the end of the year.
Progress so far on the Mytholmroyd Flood Alleviation scheme, which will help better protect almost 400 homes and businesses from …
Preparatory works are starting this month (September) in Hebden Bridge to help inform the design and construction of the flood defence scheme to better protect homes and businesses.
These include ground investigations, culvert surveys, minor works in river channels and diverting utility services …
People living in Calderdale are being urged to record where they come across any patches of Japanese Knotweed so that targeted action can be taken to stop it from spreading to help reduce flood risk in the valley.
They can use an app called iRecord to report any findings of the invasive species …
A virtual public meeting is being held to explain long-term plans to significantly reduce the risk of flooding for properties near Shade Chapel in Todmorden
Emergency repairs have recently been made to stabilise the partially collapsed culvert on Walsden Water which was likely to cause flooding …