What kinds of things might water customers have opinions about yp contribute tp the 25-year plan? The most drastic is, of course, water supply. In 21st century England, we assume that clean water will flow from the taps whenever we need it.
Category: 🧠Local Planning
The answer to the problem of reducing the cost of a light rail transit scheme could well be the use of very light rail.
Can we encourage those in authority to take light rail in our conurbations seriously? That would seriously combat our lethal air quality.
Air pollution amongst others by car is detrimental to health and measures are being considered. Ella, aged seven died as a direct result of air pollution.
Since the 1950s it has been a requirement to separate foul water and rainwater if possible. Over the years, various calculations have been made by civil engineers and planners to reduce flood-risk. These calculations are anchored in a base figure of expected water flow in an exceptional storm (one year in a 100 years). But climate change means such exceptional storms are coming more frequently.
Sir Roger Gale MP for Thanet, questions Government plans for asylum seekers to be housed at Manston Airport, pending dispersal around the UK.
Preventing sewage from entering rivers is complex and involves more than building a bigger storage tank, reducing floods and excess storm water is key
Ros Coward urges readers to take part in the day of action on Sunday 28 November to save Kent’s green spaces.
Planning application for new community at Waterbrook Park to treat HGV drivers in Kent to the facilities they need and deserve.
Trams are efficient in a number of ways. They generally have priority over other vehicles at junctions, making them speedier than cars. They use electrical energy more efficiently, even more than the expanding fleet of electric vehicles. This is because there is less friction between steel wheel and rail than there is between rubber tyre and asphalt.