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notice of publice rights

Posted on Friday, June 8, 2018


Framework Services Agreement

Posted on Thursday, February 15, 2018


November 2017

Posted on Wednesday, November 15, 2017


Annual Maintenance

Posted on Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Work has this week commenced on our Annual Maintenance Programme on Welwick Drain and Keyingham Drain.


Rates and Special Levies

Posted on Monday, April 11, 2016

SOUTH HOLDERNESS INTERNAL DRAINAGE BOARD

LAND DRAINAGE ACT 1991

INTERNAL DRAINAGE BOARDS (FINANCE) REGULATIONS, 1992

DRAINAGE RATES AND SPECIAL LEVY

 

AS REQUIRED by Section 48 of the Land Drainage Act, 1991 and The internal Drainage Boards (Finance) Regulations, 1992, the above Drainage Board gives notice as follows:

 

THORNGUMBALD SUB-DISTRICT

1.  On the 2nd February 2016 the Board made a rate of 5p in the £ in respect of agricultural land and agricultural buildings in their district to raise £2766.35 of their expenditure for the year ending on 31st day of March 2017.

2.  Also on the 2nd February 2016 the Board made a Special Levy of £7602.05 on the County of the East Riding of Yorkshire Council to raise the balance of their expenditure for the same year.

 

KEYINGHAM SUB-DISTRICT

1. On the 2nd February 2016 the Board made a rate of 21p in the £ in respect of agricultural land and agricultural buildings in their district to raise £47945.31 of their expenditure for the year ending on 31st day of March 2017.

2.  Also on the 2nd February 2016 the Board made a Special Levy of  £4037.25 on the County of the East Riding of Yorkshire Council to raise the balance of their expenditure for the same year.

 

SKEFFLING SUB-DISTRICT

1.  On the 2nd February 2016 the Board made a rate of 16p in the £ in respect of agricultural land and agricultural buildings in their district to raise £20886.88 of their expenditure for the year ending on 31st day of March 2017.

2.  Also on the 2nd February 2016 the Board made a Special Levy of £2975.20 on the County of the East Riding of Yorkshire Council to raise the balance of their expenditure for the same year.

 

OTTRINGHAM SUB-DISTRICT

1.  On the 2nd February 2016 the Board made a rate of 8p in the £ in respect of agricultural land and agricultural buildings in their district to raise £11425.04 of their expenditure for the year ending on 31st day of March 2017.

2.  Also on the 2nd February 2016 the Board made a Special Levy of £1938.37 on the County of the East Riding of Yorkshire Council to raise the balance of their expenditure for the same year.

 

WINESTEAD SUB-DISTRICT

1.  On the 2nd February 2016 the Board made a rate of 17p in the £ in respect of agricultural land and agricultural buildings in their district to raise £20121.03 of their expenditure for the year ending on 31st day of March 2017

2.  Also on the 2nd February 2016 the Board made a Special Levy of £4569.66 on the County of the East Riding of Yorkshire Council to raise the balance of their expenditure for the same year.

 

PRESTON SUB-DISTRICT

1.  On the 2nd February 2016 the Board made a rate of 1.4p in the £ in respect of agricultural land and agricultural buildings in their district to raise £2356.55 of their expenditure for the year ending on 31st day of March 2017.

2.  Also on the 2nd February 2016 the Board made a Special Levy of £33,258.95 on the County of the East Riding of Yorkshire Council to raise the balance of their expenditure for the same year.

 

Dated this 18th February 2016

 

RE Ward

Clerk to the Board

18 Market Place

Patrington

Hull

HU12 ORB


Press Release

Posted on Thursday, January 14, 2016

Press Release

 

South Holderness Internal Drainage Board, which covers an area Aldbrough to Bilton and South Eastwards, are pleased to confirm that they believe the main drains in South East Holderness are in a good state of maintenance.  This is due to the foresight of the board to enter into a Public Sector Cooperation Agreement with the Environment Agency in October 2014.

 

This has greatly benefitted the residents of the area by allowing the Environment Agency and the South Holderness Internal Drainage Board to work together to manage and maintain the Environment Agency’s main rivers in the Board’s area. 

 

This has enabled the South Holderness Internal Drainage Board, with the help of their contractors Wilkin partners and K Adds, to maintain, prior to Christmas 2015, over 100 miles of watercourses in the area, including nearly all Environment Agency watercourses.  The only exception is Burstwick Drain, which the EA is presently completing.  The Environment Agency remains responsible for the maintenance and running of all pumps and tidal doors into the River Humber.

 

The IDB are very happy with this arrangement, which has given the local representatives some control over both the timings and method of maintenance.

 

RE Ward

Clerk to the Board

South Holderness Internal Drainage Board

14th January 2016


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