Archaeological evaluation at Longney flood defences, Longney, Gloucestershire

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Historic Environment and Archaeology Service, Worcestershire County Council. , Worcester
StatementAnna Deeks and Angus Crawford.
ContributionsCrawford, Angus., Worcestershire (England). County Council. Historic Environment and Archaeology Service.
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Research Mini Guide Floods and Flood Defences January Floods and Flood Defences Background The River Severn and several other waterways run through Gloucestershire.

Over the years there have been many floods in various areas of the county; the most famous being in and Longney, Gloucestershire Click on the map for other historical maps of this place.

InJohn Marius Wilson's Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales described Longney like this: LONGNEY, a village and a parish in Wheatenhurst district, Gloucester.

The village stands on the river Severn, 1 mile W of the Gloucester and Berkeley ship canal. Feb 24,  · Officials want to reintroduce the beavers into Greathough Brook above the village of Lydbrook in Gloucestershire, We can no longer pay to maintain flood walls and flood defences so beavers are a rational option when it comes to water management and flood control." Advertisement - Continue Reading Katie Avis-Riordan.

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As a Lead Local Flood Authority, under the Flood and Water Management ActGloucestershire County Council has responsibilities for.

investigating and reporting flooding incidents; managing flood risk from surface water, groundwater and ordinary watercourses (i.e. non main rivers) producing a local flood risk management strategy.

Dec 02,  · £12 million to be spent on new flood defences across Shropshire, Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Gloucestershire and Warwickshire.

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This is the report on the archaeological evaluation by trial-trenching on land to the south east of 'The Dell', Meadow Farm Lane, Hollesley, Suffolk, Longney out on behalf of Mrs Vanessa Bishop by Colchester Archaeological Trust (CAT) on 27thth May Site centre is at TM This is the archive report on an archaeological evaluation by trial-trenching carried out by the Colchester Archaeological Trust (CAT) on the 22nd June on land to the rear of White Gates, Sudbury Road, Lavenham, Suffolk.

The archaeological work was commissioned and funded by Vaughan and Blyth (Construction) Ltd. Sir Leonard Woolley, British archaeologist whose excavation of the ancient Sumerian city of Ur (in modern Iraq) greatly advanced knowledge of ancient Mesopotamian civilization.

His discovery of geological evidence of a great flood suggested a possible correlation with the deluge described in. This is the report on the archaeological evaluation by geophysical survey and trial-trenching carried out by Colchester Archaeological Trust on land west of Marlesford Road, Campsea Ashe, Suffolk (site centre TM ).

The evaluation was carried out by Colchester Archaeological Trust on behalf of Mr Guy Hayward. Sep 09,  · A major flood defence system in the centre of Hereford is being officially opened this week.

The defences in the Belmont area, designed to protect properties, took 16 months to build at a cost of more than £5m. A brick wall going all the way along Hinton Road is part of the scheme, which was first considered in provides on-line street level maps for the whole of the UK Skip to navigation It appears that your browser either does not support javascript or has had javascript disabled, and you have meta redirects disabled.

Nov 21,  · Flood defences put to the test in Bewdley On Thursday 16 NovemberBewdley flood defences were tested by the Environment Agency in partnership with a number of local partners.

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Nov 21,  · Cumbria floods: 'once in a thousand years' deluge swamps defences When Workington's flood defences were rebuilt following the great storms of. Mullin, D, Brunning, R & Chadwick, A Severn Estuary Rapid Coastal Zone Assessment Survey.

Phase 1 Report. Dec 02,  · Somerset flood defences: ‘It all seems to take such a long time’ This article is more than 5 years old. £bn for flood defences in pre-election spending commitments.

lower proportion of the site area when comparing the current EA flood map against the original SFRA data. It is a similar situation for the ELR sites and the major sites that are listed separately.

The reason for the reduction in most cases is due to more up to. Jul 11,  · Flood defence - then and now: evidence that floods were often caused through the neglect of maintenance of defences.

pollution etc. Land drainage and. Feb 11,  · You are in: Hereford and Worcester > In Pictures > Photo Galleries > News > Flood defence plans Flood defence plans Existing view of public footpath/cycleway along.

Allen, J. Annual textural banding in Holocene estuarine silts, Severn Estuary Levels (SW Britain): patterns, causes and implications, The Holocene, 14, Allen, J.R.L. Fishtraps in the middle Severn Estuary: air photographic evidence from the mid twentieth century.

Archaeology in the Severn Estuary 15 (for ), Flood Protection for Driveways. Flood Barriers are often installed in various places around the home. One place we are frequently seeing them being installed is as flood protection for driveways. The barriers are used as a way to prevent flood water from travelling down a driveway, which could endanger a home from flooding.

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People in Hereford have been given the opportunity to view controversial plans for flood defences. Some residents oppose the £5m plan for a concrete wall along the River Wye in Bishops Meadows, saying it will damage the look of the medieval city.

They have also complained it will cut. Government invests £m to protect Lincolnshire coast from flooding.

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Andrew Quann. This story is over. “This work is important to maintain coastal flood defences, so we appreciate residents’ ongoing patience if there’s minor disruption.” Lincolnshire County Council “confident” over future funding, but still. Mar 19,  · Piling and Archaeology. Guidance and Good Practice.

Published 19 March Piling and Archaeology. Buy printed version from bookshop. This guidance note has been prepared to assist planning authorities and archaeological officers, developers and their consultants to make clear and informed decisions about piling schemes and their.

PPG25 - Current Guidance on Development and Flood Risk, due to be replaced in October by PPS •Main changes expected: •Extreme flood – 1 in yr FZ 2 •Climate Change – lifetime of development 50 years •Exception Test •Development behind flood defences •Statutory Consultee on flood risk matters.

Lewes Flood Action is a pressure group formed by people who suffered from the October floods in Lewes, East Sussex, UK. Lewes Flood Action: Cliffe/South Street area (opened ) new defences to a year level of protection; Individual householder grants in the Malling and Malling Deanery areas.

Right (West) bank of the Ouse. Loughborough Flood Risk Management Scheme Progress update November The Loughborough Flood Risk Management Scheme is a partnership project led by the Environment Agency which aims to reduce flood risk in Loughborough and improve the environment.

This newsletter contains information on our recent progress. Our approach.This is the archive report on an archaeological trial-trenching evaluation on land to the west of Hams Farmhouse, Trimley St Martin, Suffolk, carried out on behalf of clients by Colchester Archaeological Trust on 27th January Site centre is at TM LEGEND Wakefield Metropolitan District Council OS Licence No.

Scale, MAP_X Historic Flooding Council boundary Main River Area Benefitting from Flood Defences Flood Storage Area Flood Warning Area Flood Risk Management (Canal & Rivers Trust) Canal Minor embankment Major embankment Council boundary.