Flood Alleviation Scheme - Park Avenue/St.Bedes/Durngate, Winchester

The North Winchester Flooding Alleviation Scheme is a jointly funded scheme between Winchester City Council, Hampshire County Council, the University of Southampton School of Art and Central Government (through Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management Grant in Aid funding allocated by the Environment Agency (EA)).

This scheme will protect the River Park Leisure Centre, St Bedes CE Primary School, the University of Southampton School of Art, the Trinity Centre, residential properties in Park Road and Durngate Terrace, and reduces the risk of flooding in other residential streets such as Middlebrook Street, Upper Brook Street and the High Street.

For more information or queries please email FloodSchemes@winchester.gov.uk

Project Summary

Project Name Flood Alleviation Scheme - Park Avenue/St.Bedes/Durngate, Winchester
Portfolio Holder Cllr Jan Warwick
Start Date 05/09/2016
Expected End Date 30/03/2018
Key Steps/Milestones

The first phase for the flood allevation scheme for Park Avenue/St Bedes is now complete.  The next phase is to undertake flood alleviation works around Durngate Bridge, the Trinity Centre and Durngate Terrace.

  • Press release and photo for Park Avenue/St.Bedes scheme in August 2017
  • Stage 1 Flood Modelling works are currently being undertaken for the works around Durngate Bridge, the Trinity Centre and Durngate Terrace

Latest Status
  • Stage 1 Flood Modelling works are currently being undertaken for the works around Durngate Bridge, the Trinity Centre and Durngate Terrace

Consultation

A public consultation for the Park Avenue/St.Bedes Flood Alleviation Scheme took place in February 2016 in conjunction with Hampshire County Council and the Environment Agency

Last Committee Report

(See link)

Next Steps
  • Press release and photo for Park Avenue/St.Bedes scheme in August 2017