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The project is based around the removal of 10 sunken vessels from the River Hull between Tickton and Beverley Beck to the east of Beverley. The removal of the vessels will significantly improve the
local environment, making the area more attractive for existing businesses and increasing its appeal to new investors. The scheme will also support tourism in Beverley by creating a pleasant local environment for residents and visitors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CASE STUDY – RHICS – Sunken Vessels  PHOTOS – RHICS – Sunken Vessels

 

Project Dates

April 1, 2017 - March 31, 2018

Project Sponsor

East Riding of Yorkshire Council

Location

Funding

Total project expenditure – £250,000.00

LGF Spend:

  • Contracted – £150,000.00
  • Achieved 2017/18 – £150,000.00

Public Spend:

  • Contracted – £100,000.00
  • Achieved 2017/18 – £43,499.00
  • Achieved 2018/19 – £3,832.00

 

 

Outputs

Safeguarded Jobs:

  • Contracted – 100
  • Achieved to date – 0

Construction Jobs:

  • Contracted – 30
  • Achieved to date  – 0

Area of land with reduced flood risk (ha):

  • Contracted – 10
  • Achieved to date – 0

Commercial floor space with reduced flood risk(sq.m.)

  • Contracted – 45,000
  • Achieved to date – 0

Approval Status

Business case approved

Delivery Status

Completed

Last updated: August 13, 2019

All locations are approximate.

Priorities
An infrastructure that supports growth
An infrastructure that supports growth
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