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The Hessle Foreshore Tidal Defence Scheme involves the construction of new permanent tidal defences adjacent to the Humber Estuary between the Humber Bridge and Livingstone Road. The work is needed in this area as Hessle Foreshore is low lying and it suffered significant flooding in the tidal surge of December 2013, with flooding of up to 1m deep affecting 40 homes and 44 business premises.

Project Dates

April 29, 2019 - March 31, 2021

Project Sponsor

East Riding of Yorkshire Council

Location

Hessle Foreshore

Funding

Total project expenditure: £11,039,000.00

LGF Spend:

  • Contracted – £2,000,000.00
  • Achieved to date – £0

Public Spend:

  • Contracted: £9,039,000.00
  • Achieved to date – £2,455,140.00

Outputs

Outputs/Numbers

Safeguarded Jobs:

  • Contracted – 95.2
  • Achieved to date – 0

Area of land with reduced flood risk:

  • Contracted – 285
  • Achieved to date – 0

Number of domestic properties with reduced flood risk:

  • Contracted – 4,330
  • Achieved to date – 0

Commercial floor space with reduced flood risk (m²)

  • Contracted – 39,648
  • Achieved to date – 0

Approval Status

Business case approved

Delivery Status

Started

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Last updated: May 28, 2020

All locations are approximate.

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