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The National Flood Forum has expressed concern about the flood-prone areas of Solihull, including those affected by Rivers Cole and Blythe. Having read the earlier ‘diary’ on this website the National Flood Forum would welcome any details from readers about … Continue reading
Residents: “Heaven help us if it rains again today. We now know that the council/police/fire brigade won’t!!”
River Cole Red Alert at 03.56 today 25th November 2012 from the Environment Agency. Police notify that the whole proposed Persimmon development run-off area (outlined names) is flooded and two hours later: Diary entry: Everybody up from their beds … Continue reading
Solihull Council – and police – are clearly aware of the problems regarding the River Cole and the flooding now affecting Aqueduct Road
Local councillor Howard Allen confirms that SMBC’s department for Transport, Highways & Environment are ‘on the case’ and their contractor Ringway visited the River Cole flooding at the Aqueduct Road/Peterbrook Road junction. On Monday they found that no properties have … Continue reading
Last updated 11:00 on 24/09/2012 River Blythe at Cheswick Green The river level at Cheswick Green is 1.10 metres. The typical river level range for this location is between 0.19 metres and 0.55 metres. http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk/homeandleisure/floods/riverlevels/riverstation.aspx?StationId=2151&RegionId=2&AreaId=7&CatchmentId=38 – River Cole at Solihull … Continue reading
After reading the earlier post about the flooding by the River Cole, pictures showing a group of volunteers who have removed obstructions in the river on numerous occasions were sent to Our Solihull. The environmentalists who clear the river from … Continue reading
MP Caroline Spelman attended a meeting about water shortages yesterday but there is also concern in many areas about wasted floodwaters. As Environment Secretary, Ms Spelman recently announced Government grants - including one to Solihull of over £118,000 this year … Continue reading