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South Holland Internal Drainage Board starts repair programme to system which could pose risk to stability of buildings or roads




A program to repair damage caused to parts of South Holland’s drainage system is set to cost hundreds of thousands of pounds.

The land slip repair programme, which has been set out by South Holland Internal Drainage Board (IDB), will look at different levels of slippages, focusing on high priority slips to begin with which the IDB says could pose risks to the stability of buildings or roads if left alone.

South Holland IDB also said that the programme will be spread out over three years to deal with the volume of slips in the are, while also working within its yearly budget.


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