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8th June 2023

Year end 2022-23 Statutory audit documents...

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10th May 2023

STAVELEY with INGS Annual report 2022-23...

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29th November 2022

Kendal Flood Risk Management scheme newsletter...

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16th October 2022

Traffic Consultation Response...

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Staveley Sewage Reports

Staveley has suffered from unpermitted sewage discharges from village manholes in heavy and persistent rain for a considerable time. Recent records show this is now far more frequent and more extensive. Following lengthy consultation, the Parish Council has now identified this as a high priority in its new Community Plan. The Task Group established is actively working with partner organisations to seek a resolution. The documents listed below set out the problem in detail, its implications and the work being done on the community’s behalf. Please use the links below to access them.
For further information, contact the Clerk to the Parish Council ( or Cllr. Arthur Capstick (Task Group Lead;
Sewage Report to the Parish Council, June 2021. This sets out the problem in full and makes recommendations for action. It was accepted by the Parish Council on 5.7 21
United Utilities (UU) response to the Environmental Information Regulations (EIR) request received 2.6.21
Criteria for the approved moratorium on new development considered to threaten increased sewage discharge, agreed by the Parish Council 26.7.21
Update to the Parish Council, 1.9.21 and second EIR request to UU, submitted 23.8.21
Press Statement, 30.7.21
Summary statement for discussion with MP Tim Farron, 10.9.21

Sewage report to the Parish Council on 4.10.21

Second EIR response from U U with initial Parish Council comments received 20.9.21

Sewage Task Group Report to Parish Council: 5th January, 2022

Clean Water Clean Streets Pilot Project (draft) (2)

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