The Flooding Debate – March 2008

Environment Will Ease The Way For Planning

“Rye’s Own” has learned that the Environment Agency is prepared to lift objections they had regarding flood worries over the building of 135 dwellings to the north of Udimore Road if suitable conditions can be imposed on any planning permission granted in relation to the site.

We can reveal that these conditions will include installing water delaying valves, known as Hydrobrakes, in the drainage system, two water basins, (lakes or tanks), along with ‘swales’ (earth banks) that will hold the water back. Continue reading The Flooding Debate – March 2008

Rye Town Council 2007

The Rye Town Council of May 2007. Back row left to right : Councillor Ian Potter, Councillor Granville Bantick, Councillor Jonathon Breeds, Councillor Frank Continue reading Rye Town Council 2007

Residual Railway Land at Rye

Residual Railway Land at Rye

At the recent meeting of the Marshlink Partnership it was revealed that a sections of Railway land on both sides of the line between the Tillingham and the Ferry Road Crossing are being considered for railway or integrated transport uses. Continue reading Residual Railway Land at Rye