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Villae Flooded....Again

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Topic: Villae Flooded....Again
Posted By: Sunray
Subject: Villae Flooded....Again
Date Posted: 18†June†2021 at 11:51am
The middle of the Village and in front of La Bodega is totally flooded, the precinct car park is cordoned off, the fire brigade are there but just sitting in their truck.
We can't keep on having this happen it is unfair to the businesses, some of which get flooded and ridiculous for the Village, it rarely happened before now it is every time we have heavy rain, the Water Company and the Parish Council need to take action.


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Posted By: EmmaO
Date Posted: 18†June†2021 at 1:48pm
Yup itís flooded further down lower road too, as it ALWAYS does. I agree itís totally unfair on businesses and further up on lower road it is totally unfair on residents, especially as idiots with massive cars speed through it pushing the water down peoples drives and making it worse. Really frustrating.

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Posted By: brewski
Date Posted: 19†June†2021 at 3:41pm
Sadly the inadequate,  decrepit drainage system isn't able to cope with the extra population demands bought on by mass property building in recent years.

This was predicted years ago by the SENSE committee. 


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Posted By: LDJ
Date Posted: 20†June†2021 at 6:05pm
this is also due to the fact that HS2 is completely changing the local water table - they have already said theyíre going to have to treat the Chiltern domestic supplies with more chemicals due to this so if they can sweep it all under the carpet they will do.



Posted By: brewski
Date Posted: 20†June†2021 at 6:56pm
Originally posted by LDJ LDJ wrote:

this is also due to the fact that HS2 is completely changing the local water table - they have already said theyíre going to have to treat the Chiltern domestic supplies with more chemicals due to this so if they can sweep it all under the carpet they will do.


So the protest vote against HS2... https://www.bucksfreepress.co.uk/news/19360974.q-liberal-democrat-leader-ed-davey-talks-by-election-pausing-hs2-planning-reforms/" rel="nofollow - https://www.bucksfreepress.co.uk/news/19360974.q-liberal-democrat-leader-ed-davey-talks-by-election-pausing-hs2-planning-reforms/

And the reality...
https://twitter.com/tomhfh/status/1406526326471806978?s=09" rel="nofollow - https://twitter.com/tomhfh/status/1406526326471806978?s=09



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Posted By: AlpinaB5
Date Posted: 21†June†2021 at 11:40am
Itís not just flooding, itís sewerage too. Iíve asked the relevant parties this morning (inc TW) who decides to pump the water out leaving sewerage on the pavement which is clearly a health hazard but I do not expect a response. Itís not fair for the new restaurant to have that on their front door. The name is Yaprak but I can see them being lumbered with a rather more unfortunate name. Shocking behaviour by the relevant authorities.


Posted By: brewski
Date Posted: 21†June†2021 at 1:26pm
https://twitter.com/georgeeaton/status/1406946866391093249?s=19%20" rel="nofollow - https://twitter.com/georgeeaton/status/1406946866391093249?s=19

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